Owner`s manual | Fisher-Price 74420 Motorized Toy Car User Manual

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CAUTION
ELECTRIC TOY: Not recommended for children under 3 years of age.
As with all electric products, precautions should be observed during
handling and use to prevent electric shock.
Monster Sound BIGFOOT
®
Owner’s Manual
with Assembly Instructions
Please read this manual and save it with your original sale’s receipt.
For Model 74420
Tools needed for assembly: Phillips Screwdriver, Slotted Screwdriver, Hammer, Safety Scissors.
Three size LR6 “AA” alkaline batteries (not included) needed for sound box.
Use only with Power Wheels® Type H 6 Volt Batteries, Power Wheels® 30 Amp Fuses and
Power Wheels® Type H 12 Volt Charger (all included).
Throughout this manual you will find important messages in the
form of WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, and NOTES.
WARNING
WARNING – SIGNALS SOMETHING THAT
COULD HURT YOUR CHILD OR YOU.
The message explains the hazard and
how you can avoid it.
WARNING
• Children can be harmed by small parts, sharp edges and sharp points in the vehicle’s
unassembled state, or by electrical items. Care should be taken in unpacking and assembly of
the vehicle. Children should not handle parts, batteries or help in assembly of the vehicle.
• Keep small parts and plastic bags out of children’s reach. Dispose of plastic bags properly.
• Adult supervision is required. Children do not have the judgement necessary to avoid many
accidents. Be sure that children operating this vehicle can do so safely and that they are
supervised at all times.
• Improper use of this vehicle could lead to a serious or fatal accident. Allow children to play
with Monster Sound BIGFOOT ® only when you have determined that they can do so safely.
Follow all instructions to help your child enjoy this vehicle as safely as possible.
• Never use near steps, driveways, steep inclines, roadways, alleys, swimming pool areas or
other bodies of water.
• Always wear shoes or sneakers when operating or riding in this vehicle.
• Never allow more than one rider.
• The rider should sit on the seat when the vehicle is in operation.
• Hot motor covers. Handle carefully.
• Never alter this vehicle or its electrical system in any way. Alterations could cause a fire
resulting in injury and could also ruin the electrical system.
• Use of the wrong type 6 volt battery, fuse or charger could cause a fire or explosion, resulting in
serious injury.
• Never add unauthorized parts to the vehicle or use substitute parts. Use only specified
Power Wheels® replacement parts.
• The 6 volt batteries must be handled by adults only.
• Never lift or carry the 6 volt batteries by the wires or connectors. This can damage the 6 volt
batteries and possibly cause a fire resulting in injury. Lift and carry the 6 volt batteries by the
cases only.
• Never permit a child to handle the 6 volt batteries. The 6 volt batteries are heavy and contain
sulfuric acid (electrolyte), and if dropped could result in serious injury. Read the cautions on the
back panel of the 6 volt batteries.
• Never allow children to charge the 6 volt batteries. Battery charging must be done by adults
only. A child could be injured by the electricity involved in charging the 6 volt batteries.
• Examine the 6 volt batteries, charger and their connectors for excessive wear or damage each
time you charge the 6 volt batteries. If damage or excessive wear is detected, do not use the
vehicle until you have replaced the worn or damaged part as it could possibly cause a fire
resulting in injury.
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CAUTION
NOTE – Is used to highlight
useful information.
CAUTION – SIGNALS SOMETHING THAT
COULD DAMAGE THE VEHICLE.
The message explains the risk and
how you can avoid it.
CAUTION
• Do not operate your vehicle for the first time until you have inserted the 30 amp fuses into the
6 volt batteries and charged the 6 volt batteries for at least 18 hours. Never charge the 6 volt
batteries longer than 30 hours.
• After first-time use, charge the 6 volt batteries for at least 14 hours after each use. You do not
have to let the 6 volt batteries run down completely before recharging. Never charge the 6 volt
batteries longer than 30 hours.
• Use the charger indoors only.
• Read and follow the Battery Care instructions on page 30. Failure to follow the Battery Care
instructions may permanently damage your 6 volt batteries and will void your warranty.
• When you purchase replacement 6 volt batteries, you should buy a set. Using an older 6 volt
battery with a new 6 volt battery may cause permanent damage to both 6 volt batteries.
• To avoid damaging motors and gears, do not overload the vehicle.
- Never allow more than one child in the vehicle at one time.
- Do not exceed the maximum weight capacity of 65 lbs.
- Do not tow anything behind Monster Sound BIGFOOT ®. The extra weight may overload
the vehicle.
• Avoid operating the vehicle in wet or snowy conditions, and do not spray the vehicle with a
hose. Do not wash the vehicle with soap and water. Water or moisture in the motors or
electrical switches can cause them to corrode, and could cause switch failure.
• Avoid operating the vehicle on sand, loose dirt or gravel. Sand, loose dirt and gravel in the
electrical switches or motors can cause them to jam, and could cause switch failure. Use
Monster Sound BIGFOOT ® on grass, asphalt or other hard surfaces.
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Table of Contents
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
Message to Parents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Important Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Parts Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
First-Time 6 Volt Battery Charging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
6 Volt Battery Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Charging the 6 Volt Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Battery Handling/Care/Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Rules for Safe Driving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
How to Operate Your Vehicle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Frequently Asked Questions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Problems and Solutions Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Statement of Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Authorized Service Centers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
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Message to Parents
Please call us at 1-800-348-0751.
Thank you for purchasing the Power Wheels®
Monster Sound BIGFOOT ®! For over 30 years,
Power Wheels® has manufactured high-quality,
battery-powered vehicles for children. Our goal is to
provide your child with an enjoyable and safe driving
experience. To help achieve this goal, it is extremely
important that you read this entire manual and share
the appropriate information with your child.
Monster Sound BIGFOOT ® requires adult assembly.
Please set aside at least 45 minutes for assembly. Read
the assembly instructions carefully and identify all parts
before assembly. Refer to the Parts Section beginning
on page 6 for parts identification. Save all packaging
material until assembly is complete to ensure that no
parts are discarded.
In the unlikely event that parts are missing or
damaged or if you have any questions about your
Power Wheels® vehicle, please call our Consumer
Affairs toll-free service lines, open from 8 AM to 6 PM
(EST) Monday through Friday.
Trained customer service representatives are available
to take your call in English or French.
¿Habla Español? Si usted tiene alguna pregunta ó
necesita asistencia llame gratis 1-800-348-0755 para
los Estados Unidos. Tenemos representantes que
hablan español para atender su llamada.
We also have a nationwide Authorized Service Center
network – with over 300 Authorized Service Centers.
Our Authorized Service Centers will repair or replace
parts under warranty at no charge. For vehicles
beyond warranty, our Authorized Service Centers
will perform repairs for a minimal charge. For the
Authorized Service Center nearest you, please see
the Authorized Service Center listing beginning on
page 40.
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B
Important Information
• Carefully read this manual for important safety
information and operating instructions before using
your vehicle.
• Please complete and return the enclosed
Registration Card, or call 1-800-348-0751 to register
your vehicle by phone.
• Monster Sound BIGFOOT ® is designed for use by
children 3-7 years.
• Adult assembly is required.
• Monster Sound BIGFOOT ® has an adjustable play
seat belt. Please note that the adjustable seat belt is
designed to be a play feature only and does not
function as a protective safety restraint.
• This vehicle uses two Power Wheels ® Type H 6 volt
batteries with Power Wheels® 30 amp fuses and a
Power Wheels® Type H 12 volt charger (120 VAC 60
HZ 28W with an output of 12 VDC 1200 mA). Do not
substitute any other batteries, fuses or charger.
• Before first-time use, charge the 6 volt batteries for
• When you purchase replacement Power Wheels®
Type H 6 volt batteries, you should buy them as a
set. Using an older 6 volt battery with a new 6 volt
battery may result in poor performance and may
cause permanent damage to both 6 volt batteries.
Remember to charge new 6 volt batteries for at
least 18 hours before first use.
• To purchase Power Wheels® Type H 6 volt batteries,
Power Wheels® 30 amp fuses or a Power Wheels®
Type H 12 volt charger, please contact:
- the store where your vehicle was purchased.
- an Authorized Service Center (see Authorized
Service Center list beginning on page 40).
- Power Wheels® Consumer Affairs at 1-800-348-0751.
• While the 6 volt batteries are charging, the charger
may become warm to the touch. This is a normal
condition and does not indicate a problem.
• Monster Sound BIGFOOT ® is suitable for use on
grass, asphalt or other hard surfaces. To prevent
damage to the motors and switches, do not
operate the vehicle on loose dirt, gravel or sand.
• To prevent damage to electrical components, store
Monster Sound BIGFOOT ® inside or under a protective cover during snowy or rainy weather. Do not
leave Monster Sound BIGFOOT ® out in the rain or
let your child wash it with soap and water.
• Monster Sound BIGFOOT ® has a special
circuit-breaker in the wiring to protect the motors
and electrical system. If the vehicle is put under
extreme load (driving on rough surfaces, too much
weight, climbing too steep of an incline), the circuitbreaker will shut the electrical system down for up to
20 seconds. If the system repeatedly shuts down, the
driving conditions may be too demanding (ie: too
steep or too much weight).
• Metal parts have been coated with a lubricant to
protect them during shipment. Wipe all metal parts
with a paper towel to remove any excess lubricant.
at least 18 hours. Never charge the 6 volt batteries
longer than 30 hours.
• After the first charge, charge the 6 volt batteries a
minimum of 14 hours after each use. Never charge
the 6 volt batteries longer than 30 hours.
• Do not run down the 6 volt batteries completely
before charging.
• Leaving the 6 volt batteries in a discharged condition will ruin them.
• Charge the 6 volt batteries before storing your
vehicle.
• Charge the 6 volt batteries at least once per month,
even if the vehicle has not been used.
• Do not store the 6 volt batteries in temperatures
above 75˚ F or below -10˚ F.
• Even with proper care, the 6 volt batteries will not
last forever. The life of the 6 volt batteries depends
on how well you follow the Battery Care instructions
and the total number of hours the 6 volt batteries
are used. Please refer to the Battery Handling/Care/
Disposal instructions on page 30 for detailed information about battery care.
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C
Parts
If you experience a problem with this product, or are missing a part, please call us
at 1-800-348-0751, rather than return this product to the store.
Please save all packaging material until assembly is complete to ensure that no parts are discarded.
Steering Wheel Cap
Sound Box
Airscoop
Soundbox Cover
(Long Strap)
(Short Strap)
Seatbelt Set
(Left)
(Right)
Taillight Lens Set
Microphone
Sport Bar Support – 2
Grille
(Left)
(Right)
Headlight Lens Set
Tailgate
Battery Retainer
Lens – 2
(Right)
(Left)
Sport Bar Bracket Set
Lens Guard – 2
Light Plate – 2
6
Sport Bar Foot Set
Light Housing – 2
Parts
#6 x 3/8" Screw – 2
#8 x 1" Screw – 18
Key
Knob
#6 x 11/2" Screw – 2
#6 x 1/2" Screw – 4
30 Amp Fuse – 3*
.354 Cap Nut – 3*
All Shown
Actual Size
*For your convenience, an extra 30 amp fuse
and .354 cap nut have been included.
3
/16" Washer – 2
Steering Column
TM
Hood
Vehicle Body
Seat
Light Rack
12-VOLT
CHARGER
12 Volt Charger
Sport Bar
Steering Wheel
6 Volt Battery – 2
Not Shown: Label Sheet
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D
Parts Diagram
14
15
13
1
16
12
5
2
6
11
17
7
3
31
25
8
30
9
18
10
19
22
23 22
29
20
21
TM
28
26
24
27
4
7
Parts
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Airscoop
Hood
Microphone
Steering Column
Steering Wheel
Steering Wheel Cap
Cap Nut
Sound Box Cover
Knob
Key
Seat
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Lens Cover
Lens
Light Plate
Light Housing
Sport Bar Cover
Sport Bar Bracket
Sport Bar Support
Sport Bar
Tailgate
Left Taillight
Sport Bar Foot
8
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Right Taillight
Vehicle Body
Sound Box
Grille
Left Headlight
Right Headlight
6 Volt Batteries
30 Amp Fuses
Battery Retainer
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First-Time 6 Volt Battery Charging
We recommend that you start charging your 6 volt batteries before beginning assembly of
your vehicle. Your new 6 volt batteries must be charged for at least 18 hours before you use
your vehicle for the first time.
WARNING
• Batteries must be handled by adults only.
• Never allow children to charge the 6 volt batteries. Battery charging must be done by adults
only. A child could be injured by the electricity involved in charging batteries.
• Use of the wrong type 6 volt battery, fuse or charger could cause a fire or explosion, resulting
in serious injury.
• Never permit a child to handle batteries. The 6 volt batteries are heavy and contain sulfuric
acid (electrolyte), and if dropped could result in a serious injury. Read the cautions on the
back panels of the batteries.
• Never lift or carry the 6 volt batteries by the wires or connectors. This can damage the 6 volt
batteries and possibly cause a fire. Lift and carry the 6 volt batteries by the cases only.
• Examine the 6 volt batteries, charger and their connectors for excessive wear or damage
each time you charge the 6 volt batteries. If damage or excessive wear is detected, do not
use the charger or the vehicle until you have replaced the worn or damaged part.
• Never alter this vehicle or its electrical system in any way. Alterations could cause a fire
resulting in injury and could also ruin the electrical system.
CAUTION
• Do not operate the vehicle for the first time until you have inserted 30 amp fuses into the 6 volt
batteries and charged them for at least 18 hours. Never charge the 6 volt batteries longer than
30 hours.
• Carefully read the Battery Care instructions to obtain the best battery life. Failure to follow
the Battery Care instructions may permanently damage your 6 volt batteries and may void
your warranty.
• Use the charger indoors only.
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First-Time 6 Volt Battery Charging
Battery
Connectors
Fuse
®
• Insert a 30 amp fuse into each
6 volt battery.
Note: The top of the fuse will
not be flush with the top of the
6 volt battery when properly
installed.
• Stack one battery connector
on top of the other and snap
them together.
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®
Charger
2
• Squeeze the Lock-InTM connector
tabs on the charger connector
and plug it into the battery
connector.
®
Lock-InTM
Connector
Tabs
Battery
Connector
3
• Plug the charger into a standard
120 volt wall outlet.
Note: If power flow to the wall
outlet is controlled by a switch,
make sure the switch is “ON”.
• Before first time use, charge the
6 volt batteries for at least 18
hours. Never charge the 6 volt
batteries longer than 30 hours.
Note: The 6 volt batteries must be
upright while charging.
®
Charger
Connector
1
10
G
Assembly
Do Not Omit Any Steps. Please set aside at least 45 minutes for assembly.
Battery
Compartment
Door
Sound Box
Battery Compartment
LR6 “AA”
1.5 x 3
+
-
SHOWN ACTUAL SIZE
Sound Box
Dash Pocket
1
• Locate the sound box battery
compartment.
• Loosen the screw in the battery
compartment door with a Phillips
screwdriver. The screw will remain
in the door.
• Lift the battery compartment
door open.
• Insert three size LR6 “AA” alkaline
batteries into the battery compartment as indicated on the
battery compartment door.
• Close the battery compartment
door.
• Tighten the screw with a Phillips
screwdriver. Do not over-tighten.
2
• Place the sound box into the dash
pocket in the vehicle body,
speaker side down.
Speaker Side
IMPORTANT NOTES:
• Do not mix old and new batteries.
• Do not mix different types of batteries: alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium).
• Remove batteries during long periods of non-use. Always remove exhausted batteries from the product. Battery
leakage and corrosion can damage the product.
• Never short circuit the battery terminals.
• Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged.
• Only batteries of the same or equivalent type as recommended in the battery installation instructions are
to be used.
• If removeable rechargeable batteries are used, they are only to be charged under adult supervision.
• Rechargeable batteries are to be removed from the product before they are charged.
• Battery chargers used with the product must be examined regularly for damage to the cord, plug enclosure
and other parts. In the event that such damage is found, the product must not be used with the battery
charger until the damage has been repaired.
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Assembly
3
Tabs
Knob
Key
Sound Box Cover
Slots
Tabs
Sound Box Cover
#6 x 3/8" Screw – 2
Shown Actual Size
• Position the sound box cover as
shown. Make sure the three tabs
are at the top.
• Fit the knob into the hole in the
right side of the sound box cover.
• Fit the key into the hole to the left
of the knob.
• Insert a #6 x 3/8" screw into the
back of the knob and into the
back of the key.
• Tighten the screws with a Phillips
screwdriver. Do not over-tighten.
4
#6 x 1/2" Screw – 2
Shown Actual Size
• Insert the tabs on the sound box
cover into the slots in the dash
near the sound box.
• Lower the bottom of the sound
box cover.
• Insert two #6 x 1/2" screws through
the sound box cover and into the
dash.
• Tighten the screws with a Phillips
screwdriver. Do not over-tighten.
Sound Box
12
Assembly
Slot
5
Tab
Microphone
“T” End
Hole
Steering Column
Front Axle
Slot
Bottom View
6
Helpful Hint: You may want the help
of another person to complete
assembly steps 6 through 9.
• Wipe the steering column with
a paper towel to remove any
excess lubricant.
• Carefully lift the front end of the
vehicle.
• Insert the straight end of the steering column under the front axle,
through the slot in the vehicle
body and out through the large
hole in the center of the dash.
7
Hole
Steering Column
• Bend the end of the microphone
cord so that it forms a “T”.
• Insert the end of the microphone
cord through the hole in the right
side of the dash.
• Gently pull on the microphone
cord to make sure it is secure in
the dash.
• Fit the tab on the back of the
microphone into the slot in the
dash to secure the microphone.
Front Axle
Bottom View
13
• Fit the curved end of the steering
column into the hole in the front
axle.
Please Note: You may need to
straighten the vehicle tires and rotate
the steering column to fit it into the
hole in the front axle.
Assembly
Cap Nut
8
• Fit a cap nut onto the end of the
steering column.
• While supporting the steering
column, tap the cap nut with a
hammer to secure it on the
steering column.
Front Axle
Steering Column
Bottom View
“UP”
Cap Nut
Steering Wheel
9
• Hold the steering column in
place and gently lower the
vehicle body.
• Position the steering wheel so
that the spokes form a “Y” as
shown.
• While supporting the steering
column, fit the steering wheel
onto the steering column.
• Fit a cap nut onto the end of the
steering column.
• Tap the cap nut with a hammer
to secure it on the steering
column.
10
Steering
Wheel Cap
#8 x 1" Screw – 2
Shown Actual Size
14
• Align the tab on the steering
wheel cap with the slot in the
center of the steering wheel.
• Fit the steering wheel cap into the
center of the steering wheel.
• Insert two #8 x 1" screws into the
steering wheel cap.
• Tighten the screws with a Phillips
screwdriver. Do not over-tighten.
Assembly
11
• Insert the two tabs on the bottom
of the seat into the slots in the
vehicle body.
Seat
Tabs
Slots
12
#8 x 1" Screw – 4
Shown Actual Size
Push
Here
First
Position
Second
Position
15
Please Note: The seat can be
assembled in either of two positions
for your child’s comfort.
• Push down on the center of the
seat and slide it toward the rear
of the vehicle.
• Align the screw holes in the back
of the seat with the first or second
set of holes in the vehicle body.
• Check your child’s fit in the
vehicle by observing foot to
pedal distance and adjust the
position of the seat, if necessary.
• Insert two #8 x 1" screws through
the holes in the back of the seat
and into the holes in the vehicle
body, as shown.
• Insert two screws through the
holes in the armrests and into the
vehicle body, as shown.
• Tighten the screws with a Phillips
screwdriver. Do not over-tighten.
Assembly
13
Center Hole
Sport
Bar Feet
#8 x 1" Screw – 2
Shown Actual Size
•Using safety scissors, remove the
sport bar feet from the plastic
connector. Dispose of the plastic
connector.
• Insert the peg on a sport bar foot
into the hole closest to the back
of the seat in one side of the
vehicle body.
• Align the hole in the sport bar
foot with the hole in the vehicle
body. Make sure the large hole in
the center of the sport bar foot
faces toward the front of the
vehicle.
• Insert a #8 x 1" screw through the
hole in the sport bar foot and
into the vehicle body.
• Tighten the screw with a Phillips
screwdriver. Do not over-tighten.
• Repeat this procedure to assemble the remaining sport bar foot
to the other side of the vehicle
body.
Peg
Holes
Top Tabs
Notches
Light Plate
Light Housing
14
#6 x 1/2" Screw – 2
Shown Actual Size
• With the light plate at an angle,
fit the notches in the light plate
around the top tabs on the inside
of a light housing.
• Lower the light plate into the
housing so that it lays flat.
• Insert a #6 x 1/2" screw into the
light plate as shown.
• Tighten the screw with a Phillips
screwdriver. Do not over-tighten.
• Repeat this procedure to assemble the other light housing.
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Assembly
Label #15
Slot
• Apply a label to the center of each
of the light plates, as shown.
• Align the cut-outs in the labels with
the slots in the light plates, so that
the labels do not cover the slots.
• Make sure the areas where the
labels will be applied are clean and
dry. For best adhesion, avoid applying the labels more than once.
• Set the light housing assemblies
aside.
Light Plate
Light Housing
Wide Tab
15
16
Wide Notch
Lens
• Fit the wide notch in the side of a
lens under the wide tab on a lens
guard.
• Press firmly on the inside of the
lens to snap it into the lens guard.
• Repeat this procedure to assemble the other lens to the remaining lens guard.
Lens Guard
Lens Assembly
Wide Tab
Light Housing
Assembly
Wide Slot
17
17
• Insert the wide tab on a lens
assembly into the wide slot in a
light housing assembly.
• Press firmly to snap the lens
assembly into the light housing
assembly.
• Repeat this procedure to assemble the other lens assembly to the
other light housing assembly.
Assembly
Lenses
Light
Light Rack
18
• Slide the assembled sport bar
lights onto the light rack with the
lenses facing away from the
hinge.
• Fit a 3/16" washer onto each of two
#8 x 1" screws.
• Insert the #8 x 1" screws with
washers up through the light rack
and into the sport bar lights as
shown.
• Tighten the screws with a Phillips
screwdriver. Do not over-tighten.
Hinge
#8 x 1" Screw – 2
3
/16" Washer – 2
Both Shown Actual Size
19
Sport Bar
Long Seat Belt Strap
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• Position the sport bar on its side,
with the ends curving away from
you.
• Slide the loop at the end of the
long seat belt strap onto the
center section of the sport bar.
Please Note: Make sure that the
side of the seat belt strap with the
fastener is facing away from you
and that the seat belt strap is not
twisted.
Assembly
Sport Bar
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Light Rack Bottom Half
#6 x 11/2" Screw – 2
Shown Actual Size
Outer Slot - Right
Seat Belt Strap
• Fit the bottom half of the light
rack onto the center section of
the sport bar.
• Insert two #6 x 11/2" screws up
through the bottom half of the
light bar and into the sport bar,
as shown.
• Close the light rack around the
sport bar, making sure that the
seat belt strap exits through the
outer slot in the right side of the
light rack.
• Tighten the screws with a Phillips
screwdriver. Do not over-tighten.
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Sport Bar
• Fit the ends of the sport bar into
the holes in the vehicle body.
Hole
TM
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Assembly
22
• Push down firmly on one side of
the sport bar while pulling up on
the side fender to secure the
sport bar in the vehicle body.
• Repeat this procedure on the
other side of the sport bar.
Sport Bar
PUSH HERE
TM
PULL UP HERE
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Sport Bar
Support
Sport Bar Support
• Fit a sport bar support into the
hole in each sport bar foot.
Sport Bar
Foot
Tab
Sport Bar Support
Sport Bar Bracket
Sport Bar
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24
• Using safety scissors, remove the
sport bar brackets from the plastic
connector. Dispose of the plastic
connector.
• Position the right sport bar bracket
above the right side of the sport
bar, as shown.
Please Note: The right and left sport
bar brackets are NOT interchangeable.
• Insert the tab on the inside of the
sport bar bracket into the hole in
the outside of the sport bar. Make
sure the sport bar bracket fits
against the sport bar support.
Assembly
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Sport Bar
Sport Bar Bracket
#8 x 1" Screw – 2
Shown Actual Size
• Fold the sport bar bracket over
the sport bar to close it around
the sport bar and sport bar
support.
• Insert a #8 x 1" screw through the
sport bar bracket and into the
inside surface of the sport bar,
as shown.
• Tighten the screw with a Phillips
screwdriver. Do not over-tighten.
• Repeat steps 23 and 24 to attach
the left sport bar bracket to the
left side of the sport bar.
TM
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#8 x 1" Screw – 4
Shown Actual Size
Holes
TM
Rear Bumper
Holes
Front Bumper
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• Insert a #8 x 1" screw into each of
the two outer screw holes in the
top of the front bumper.
• Tighten the screws with a Phillips
screwdriver. Do not over-tighten.
• Insert a #8 x 1" screw into each of
the two outer screw holes in the
top of the rear bumper.
• Tighten the screws with a Phillips
screwdriver. Do not over-tighten.
Assembly
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Middle “T” Tab
• With the fastener side of the short
seat belt strap facing the floor of
the vehicle body, insert the “T”
tab at the end of the short seat
belt strap into the slot in front of
the seat. Do not insert the “T” tab
in the middle of the strap through
the slot.
• Pull up on the short seat belt strap
to make sure it is properly inserted
in the slot.
• Fasten the seat belt straps.
“T” End
Slot
Short Seatbelt Strap
Right Taillight Lens
Left Taillight Lens
Slots
Tabs
Left
Right
Flat Side
Pegs
Tailgate
Tailgate
Openings
22
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• Using safety scissors, remove the
taillight lenses from the plastic
connector. Dispose of the plastic
connector.
• Face the rear of the vehicle.
• Insert the tabs on the back of the
right and left taillight lenses into
the taillight slots in the vehicle
body.
Please Note: The left and right
taillight lenses are NOT interchangeable.
• Press firmly to snap the tabs into
the slots.
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• Position the tailgate with the flat
side facing up.
• Fit the peg on one side of the
tailgate into the tailgate opening
in the rear of the vehicle body.
• Slide the peg on the other side
of the tailgate into the tailgate
opening in the other side of the
vehicle body.
• Lift the tailgate and press firmly to
snap it closed.
Assembly
Grille
Tab
Right Headlight Lens
Tabs
Left Headlight Lens
• Using safety scissors, remove the
headlight lenses from the plastic
connector. Dispose of the plastic
connector.
• Align the tabs on the back of the
right and left headlight lenses
with the slots in the grille.
Please Note: The right and left
headlight lenses are NOT interchangeable.
• Press firmly to snap the headlight
lenses into the grille.
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Slots
• Face the front of the vehicle.
• Insert the two tabs at the top of
the grille into the slots in the front
of the vehicle body.
• Press firmly to snap the tabs into
the slots.
• Fit the two side tabs on the grille
into the grille openings in the front
of the vehicle body.
• Press firmly at the bottom of the
grille to snap the two tabs at the
bottom of the grille into the vehicle body.
Grille Opening
TM
Grille Opening
Tabs
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Side Tab
Grille
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Tab
Airscoop
Opening
Hood
Notch
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Please Note: For your convenience,
the airscoop has been pre-assembled. If the airscoop has separated
into two pieces during shipment,
snap the “C” clips on the top half
of the airscoop onto the hinge bar
on the bottom half of the airscoop.
Then, snap the front tab on the top
half into the slot in the bottom half.
• Align the tab on the back of the
airscoop with the notch in the
hood opening and fit the
airscoop into the center of the
hood.
• Press firmly to snap the airscoop
into the hood.
Assembly
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Airscoop
Hood
Please Note: If you have already
charged your Power Wheels® Type H
6 volt batteries for at least 18 hours,
you may want to install them in the
battery compartment before assembling the hood. Please refer to the
6 Volt Battery Installation section on
page 26 for instructions.
• Fit the peg on one side of the hood
into one of the hood openings near
the base of the windshield area.
• Gently bend the hood to insert the
peg on the other side of the hood
into the opening on the other side
of the vehicle body.
• Lower the hood.
Pegs
TM
Openings
24
Assembly
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3
1
Proper label application will help to
keep the labels looking their best!
• Wash your hands before applying
the labels.
• Make sure the areas where the
labels will be applied are clean
and dry. Wipe your vehicle with a
clean, soft, dry cloth to remove
any dust or oils.
• For best results, avoid repositioning a label once it has been
applied to the vehicle.
• Place the labels as shown in the
illustrations.
• After applying a label, rub the
label firmly with a cloth to make
sure the label is adhered to your
vehicle.
Please Note: Label #16 is not used
on your Monster Sound BIGFOOT®.
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20
TM
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4
14
17
13
20
Left Side View
6
8
7
5
10
9
20
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TM
One-time assembly is now
complete.
IMPORTANT NOTES:
• Please carefully read the owner’s
information in this manual and
teach your child about proper
vehicle operation and rules for
safe driving before allowing him
to drive this vehicle.
• For safety reasons, your vehicle
has been pre-assembled so that
it will only operate at low speed.
Make sure that your child can
safely operate this vehicle at
low speed before adjusting the
vehicle to run at high speed.
To disconnect high speed lockout, please see page 33.
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14
20
Right Side View
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23
13
24
25
28
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21
Dash View
11
Back View
25
12
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6 Volt Battery Installation
Please Note: It is easier to install the Type H 6 volt batteries before assembling the hood to your
vehicle. If you have already assembled the hood to your vehicle, you may want to remove it
to install the Type H 6 volt batteries.
1
Battery Connectors
®
Power Wheels
30 Amp Fuses
Power Wheels®
Type H Batteries
• The battery compartment is located under the hood of your vehicle.
• Place both Power Wheels® Type H
6 volt batteries upright in the battery compartment. Make sure the
bottoms of the 6 volt batteries are
flat on the bottom of the battery
compartment and that the
battery connectors extend toward
the rear of the vehicle.
• Make sure a Power Wheels® 30
amp fuse in good condition is
installed in each of the 6 volt
batteries and that the battery
connectors are snapped together.
2
Motor Harness Connector
Battery Connectors
Power Wheels®
Type H Batteries
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• Squeeze the tabs on each side of
the motor harness connector.
• Plug the battery connector into
the motor harness connector.
Please Note: If the battery connector will not plug into the motor
harness connector, turn it over and
try again! Do not force the battery
connector into the motor harness
connector.
6 Volt Battery Installation
3
Battery Retainer
#8 x 1" Screw – 2
Shown Actual Size
• Position the battery retainer over
the 6 volt batteries with the ends
of the battery retainer aligned
with the screw holes in the battery
compartment.
• Insert two #8 x 1" screws through
the battery retainer and into the
battery compartment.
• Tighten the screws with a Phillips
screwdriver. Do not over-tighten.
• Place the connectors under the
battery retainer toward the rear
of the battery compartment.
4
Hood
• Re-assemble the hood to the
vehicle if you have removed it to
install your Power Wheels Type H
6 volt batteries.
• Lower the hood.
• Face the front of the vehicle.
• Using a slotted screwdriver,
rotate the lock-fasteners in the
hood so that they are horizontal
(
).
• Press down on the hood so that
the lock fastener tabs on the
underside of the hood fit into the
lock fastener slots under the
hood in the battery compartment.
• Rotate the lock fasteners clockwise 90˚ (1/4 turn) using a slotted
screwdriver to lock the hood and
prevent children from accessing
the batteries (
).
• Lift up on the hood to make sure
it is securely fastened.
Lock Fasteners
Top View
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H
Charging the 6 Volt Batteries
WARNING
• Batteries must be handled by adults only.
• Never allow children to charge the 6 volt batteries. Battery
charging must be done by adults only. A child could be
injured by the electricity involved in charging batteries.
• Use of the wrong type of battery, fuse or charger could
cause a fire or explosion, resulting in serious injury.
• Never permit a child to handle batteries. The 6 volt batteries are heavy and contain sulfuric acid (electrolyte), and if
dropped could result in serious injury. Read the cautions
on the back panels of the 6 volt batteries.
• Never lift or carry the 6 volt batteries by the wires or
connectors. This can damage the 6 volt batteries and
possibly cause a fire. Lift and carry the 6 volt batteries by
the cases only.
• Examine the 6 volt batteries, charger and their connectors
for excessive wear or damage each time you charge the
6 volt batteries. If damage or excessive wear is detected,
do not use the vehicle until you have replaced the worn or
damaged parts, as it could possibly cause a fire resulting
in injury.
• Never alter this vehicle or its electrical system in any way.
Alterations could cause a fire resulting in injury and could
also ruin the electrical system.
CAUTION
• Carefully read the Battery Care instructions to obtain the best
battery life. Failure to follow the Battery Care instructions may
permanently damage your 6 volt batteries and will void your
warranty.
• Use the charger indoors only.
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Charging the 6 Volt Batteries
Important Note: The 6 volt batteries must be upright while charging. You do not have to
remove the 6 volt batteries from the vehicle to charge them.
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Battery Connector
• Rotate the lock fasteners in the
hood counter-clockwise 90º
(1/4 turn) using a slotted screwdriver
to unlock the hood (
).
• Lift the hood to access the 6 volt
batteries.
• Use pliers to remove the fuses from
the 6 volt batteries.
• Look at each fuse to make sure it
is not blown. If a fuse has blown,
replace it with a new Power Wheels®
30 amp fuse.
• Re-insert the fuses into the 6 volt
batteries before charging. The
6 volt batteries will not charge if a
30 amp fuse in good condition is
not inserted into each 6 volt battery.
2
• Squeeze the tabs on the motor
harness connector to unplug it
from the battery connector.
Motor Harness
Connector
2
1
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®
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3
• Squeeze the tabs on the charger
connector to plug it into the
battery connector 1 .
• Plug the charger into a standard
120 volt wall outlet 2 .
Note: If power to the outlet is controlled by a wall switch, make sure
the switch is “ON”.
• Charge the 6 volt batteries a minimum of 14 hours after each use.
Never charge the 6 volt batteries
longer than 30 hours. Overcharging
or undercharging the 6 volt batteries may shorten battery life and
decrease vehicle running time.
• Once the 6 volt batteries are
charged, reconnect the battery
connector and motor harness connector and lower the hood.
Note: Remember to lock the lock
fasteners to prevent children from
accessing the 6 volt batteries.
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Battery Handling/Care/Disposal
WARNING
CAUTION
• Carefully read the Battery Care instructions
to obtain the best battery life. Failure to
follow the Battery Care instructions may
damage your 6 volt batteries and will void
your warranty.
• Batteries must be handled by adults only.
• Never permit a child to handle batteries.
The 6 volt batteries are heavy and contain
sulfuric acid (electrolyte), and if dropped
could result in serious injury. Read the
cautions on the back panels of the 6 volt
batteries.
• Never lift or carry the 6 volt batteries by the
wires or connectors. This can damage the
6 volt batteries and possibly cause a fire.
Lift and carry the 6 volt batteries by the
case only.
Handling
Care
If a battery leak develops:
• Avoid contact with the leaking acid.
• Place the damaged battery in a plastic bag. See
information below for proper disposal.
If acid comes in contact with skin or eyes:
• Flush with cool water for at least 15 minutes.
• Call a physician.
If acid is internally ingested:
• Give water, milk of magnesia or egg whites
immediately.
• Never give emetics or induce vomiting.
• Call a physician.
• Charge new 6 volt batteries for at least 18 hours
before first use. Never charge the 6 volt batteries
longer than 30 hours. Overcharging or undercharging
the 6 volt batteries may shorten battery life and
decrease vehicle running time.
• After the first charge, charge the 6 volt batteries
for at least 14 hours after each use. Never charge the
6 volt batteries longer than 30 hours.
• Charge the 6 volt batteries after each use, regardless
of how long the vehicle was used.
• The 6 volt batteries must be upright while charging.
• Do not allow the 6 volt batteries to run down completely before charging.
• Charge the 6 volt batteries before storing the vehicle.
• Charge the 6 volt batteries at least once per month,
even if the vehicle has not been used.
• Leaving the 6 volt batteries in a discharged condition
will ruin them.
• Do not store the 6 volt batteries in temperatures
above 75° F or below -10° F.
• Prevent the 6 volt batteries from moving freely inside
the battery compartment. Always use the battery
retainer to secure the 6 volt batteries in the battery
compartment.
• Examine the 6 volt batteries, charger and their connectors for excessive wear or damage each time you
charge the 6 volt batteries. If damage is detected,
do not use the charger or the 6 volt batteries until you
have replaced the worn or damaged part.
• Attempting to charge the 6 volt batteries without
fuses or with blown fuses will not damage the 6 volt
batteries, but they will not charge. Check the fuses to
make sure they are in good condition each time you
charge the 6 volt batteries.
Disposal
• The 6 volt sealed lead-acid batteries must be
collected, recycled or disposed of in an environmentally sound manner.
• Do not dispose of lead-acid batteries in your regular,
household trash. The incineration, landfilling or mixing
of sealed lead-acid batteries with household trash is
prohibited by law in most areas.
• Return the lead-acid batteries to a federal or state
approved lead-acid battery recycler, such as a
Power Wheels® Authorized Service Center or a local
seller of automotive batteries. In Minnesota, call
1-800-348-0751 if further disposal information is
required. Contact your local waste management
officials for other information regarding the
environmentally sound collection, recycling and
disposal of lead-acid batteries.
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Rules for Safe Driving
WARNING
CAUTION
• To avoid damaging motors and gears, do
not overload the vehicle.
- Never allow more than one child in the
vehicle at one time.
- Do not exceed the maximum weight
capacity of 65 lbs.
- Do not tow anything behind Monster
Sound BIGFOOT®. The extra weight
may overload the vehicle.
• Avoid operating the vehicle in wet or snowy
conditions, and do not spray the vehicle
with a hose. Do not wash the vehicle with
soap and water. Water or moisture in the
motors or electrical switches can cause
them to corrode, and could cause switch
failure.
• Avoid operating the vehicle on sand, loose
dirt or gravel. Sand, loose dirt and gravel in
the electrical switches or motors can cause
them to jam, and could cause switch failure. Use Monster Sound BIGFOOT® on
grass, asphalt or other hard surfaces.
• Adult supervision is required. Children
do not have the judgement necessary to
avoid many accidents. Be sure that
children operating this vehicle can do so
safely and that they are supervised at all
times.
• Never use near steps, driveways, steep
inclines, roadways, alleys, swimming pool
areas or other bodies of water.
• Always wear shoes or sneakers when
operating or riding in this vehicle.
• Never allow more than one rider.
• The rider should sit on the seat when the
vehicle is in operation.
• Improper use of this vehicle could lead to
a serious or fatal accident. Allow children
to play with Monster Sound BIGFOOT®
only when you have determined that they
can do so safely. Follow all instructions to
help your child enjoy this vehicle as safely
as possible.
Teach Safety Rules to Children
While children can quickly develop the skill necessary
to drive this vehicle, it is important to remember
that their judgment skills are still very immature.
Unsupervised driving by children can lead to serious
®
injury. Before children use Monster Sound BIGFOOT ,
an adult should carefully evaluate the driving area as
well as the children’s skill level and ability to drive this
vehicle safely. Children are not always able to recognize or anticipate hazards, even when they have
been taught about them. There is no acceptable
substitute for adult supervision.
Teach appropriate safety rules to your child before
you allow her to operate this vehicle. These rules
should also be reviewed with neighborhood children
or other playmates who want to drive or ride in this
vehicle.
1. Do not allow any child to drive the vehicle in the
street or near moving (motorized) vehicles.
2. Do not allow any child to drive near bodies of
water (such as pools or creeks), obstructions (such
as furniture, low tree limbs or play equipment), or
drop-offs (such as stairs or decks).
3. Do not allow any child to drive the vehicle in
the dark. A child could encounter unexpected
obstacles and have an accident. Operate the
vehicle only in the daytime or in a well-lit area.
4. Teach your child to avoid driving on steep inclines
or slopes. Restrict your child’s driving to areas that
are fairly level with gentle inclines or slopes of no
more than 10°.
• While driving down a steep slope, the vehicle
may gain unsafe speed, even if the foot pedal is
released to stop.
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Rules for Safe Driving
• While driving across a steep slope, the vehicle
may tilt and tip over. The wheels could lose
traction, causing the vehicle to slip.
•While driving up a steep incline, the motor may
stop and the vehicle could roll backwards at an
unsafe speed.
10°
Incline should never be
more than 10°
5. Never allow more than one child in the vehicle at
one time. Children who are not sitting on the seat
or who are standing on the vehicle could fall off,
cause a tip-over or block the driver’s view. A child
could be seriously injured.
6. Always wear shoes or sneakers when operating or
riding in this vehicle.
7. Never put anything near any moving parts.
Rotating parts such as motors, gear boxes and
wheels can snag fingers, hair, etc., causing serious
injury. Do not allow operation of the vehicle when it
is on its side or in an upside-down position.
8. Do not operate the vehicle near flammable vapors
(gasoline, paint thinner, acetone, liquid wax, etc.).
The vehicle’s electrical switches, like most electrical
switches, emit an internal spark when first turned on
and when turned off. The presence of flammable
liquids or vapors could cause an explosion or a fire.
Keep all flammable products in tightly sealed containers and away from the vehicle.
9. Do not allow a child to operate the vehicle
without proper adult supervision. To prevent
unsupervised use of the vehicle, disconnect the
motor harness from the batteries.
• Rotate the lock fasteners in the hood counterclockwise 90° (1/4 turn) with a slotted screwdriver to
unlock the hood (
).
• Raise the hood to access the batteries.
• Squeeze the tabs on the motor harness
connector to unplug the battery connector from
the motor harness connector.
• Lower the hood and rotate the lock fasteners
clockwise 90° (1/4 turn) with a slotted screwdriver to
lock the hood (
).
Motor Harness
Connector
Battery
Connector
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How to Operate Your Vehicle
To help your child develop the skill necessary to drive this vehicle safely, your Power Wheels® vehicle
has been pre-assembled so that it will only operate in low speed (21/2 mph, maximum). After your
child has mastered the basic skills of driving and understands the rules for safe driving, it’s time to
disconnect the high-speed lock-out to allow the vehicle to operate at low (21/2 mph, maximum) or
high speed (5 mph, maximum). See the instructions below to disconnect the high-speed lock-out.
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3
Beginner Drivers:
Low Speed Forward
To Drive
• Make sure the shifter is in the
LOW (
) position 1 .
• Press down on the foot pedal 2 .
The vehicle goes forward at a
maximum of 21/2 mph 3 .
• Help your child practice steering
to learn how far and how quickly
to turn the steering wheel when
driving forward in low speed.
To Stop
®
• Your Monster Sound BIGFOOT
has a patented, electronic braking system that automatically
stops the vehicle when your
child’s foot is lifted from the
pedal.
• Have your child practice so
that he becomes familiar with
low speed forward and automatically knows how to stop.
Experienced Drivers:
High Speed Forward
Shifter Box
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Disconnecting the High-Speed
Lock-Out
• Before you disconnect the high
speed lock-out, make sure your
child:
- knows how to start and stop
the vehicle easily in low speed.
- knows how to steer.
- knows the safety rules well.
• Make sure the shifter is in the
reverse ( ) position.
• Loosen the screw in the shifter
box using a Phillips screwdriver.
• Remove the screw. Keep the
screw in a safe place out of
children’s reach for future use.
You can re-insert the screw into
the shifter box if you want to
lock-out high speed and allow
operation of the vehicle in low
speed only.
How to Operate Your Vehicle
1
2
To Drive:
Note: To prevent damage to the
motors, stop the vehicle before
shifting speeds.
• Make sure the shifter is in the
HIGH (
) position 1 .
• Press down on the foot pedal 2 .
The vehicle goes forward at a
maximum of 5 mph 3 .
• Help your child practice steering
to learn how far and how quickly
to turn the steering wheel when
driving forward in high speed.
3
To Stop:
• Stopping in high speed is the
same as stopping in low speed.
The vehicle automatically stops
when your child’s foot is lifted
from the pedal.
Reverse
1
3
2
Note: To prevent damage to the
motors, stop the vehicle before
shifting from forward (LOW
or
HIGH
) to reverse ( ).
• Once your child is completely
comfortable with operating the
vehicle in the forward mode
(LOW
or HIGH
speed),
introduce reverse ( ).
To Back Up
• Make sure the shifter is in the
reverse ( ) position 1 .
• Press down on the foot pedal 2 .
The vehicle will go in reverse at a
maximum of 21/2 mph 3 .
• Help your child practice steering
to learn how far and how quickly
to turn the steering wheel when
backing up.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q.
A.
How often do I need to charge the 6 volt batteries?
Charge the 6 volt batteries for a minimum of 14 hours after each use of the vehicle or whenever the vehicle
begins to slow down. When the vehicle is not in regular use, charge the 6 volt batteries at least once a month
until normal use is resumed.
Q.
A.
How much riding time should I get after charging the 6 volt batteries?
You should get from one to three hours of riding time per charge. The riding time is affected by:
• the driving surface,
• passenger weight,
• the charge of the 6 volt batteries,
• whether the vehicle is used intermittently or continuously,
• condition of the electrical switches and connectors,
• whether the vehicle is used in low or high speed,
• the temperature.
Q.
A.
What is the life expectancy of the 6 volt batteries?
The life of the 6 volt batteries will vary depending on how well you follow the Charging and Battery Care
instructions. It’s also affected by the total number of hours the 6 volt batteries are used. Average 6 volt battery
life is one to three years.
Q.
A.
Do the fuses have to be inserted into the 6 volt batteries when I’m charging?
Yes! The batteries must have good fuses installed when charging and during use. If the fuses are missing,
blown or if you are using the wrong type of fuse, the 6 volt batteries will not charge.
Q.
A.
Q.
A.
How can I tell if the fuses are blown?
Use pliers to remove the fuses from the 6 volt batteries and compare the fuses to the illustration on page 29.
Q.
A.
How and when should I store my vehicle?
During snowy or rainy weather, the vehicle should be stored inside or under a protective cover. Remember to
charge the 6 volt batteries at least once per month while your vehicle is not in regular use.
Q.
A.
How should I care for my vehicle?
The vehicle can be wiped down with a soft, dry cloth. For a shiny finish, you can wipe plastic parts with a nonwax furniture polish applied to a soft cloth. Do not use automotive wax. Do not use soap and water or spray
the vehicle with a hose. Check all nuts, bolts, and their protective coverings regularly and tighten as required.
Check plastic parts on a regular basis for cracks or broken pieces.
To ensure that your vehicle stays in good operating order, we recommend that you periodically have your
vehicle checked by a Power Wheels® Authorized Service Center. See page 40 for the list of Authorized Service
Centers or call 1-800-348-0751 for the location of the Authorized Service Center nearest you.
Q.
A.
If I have a problem that I can’t solve myself, what should I do?
Power Wheels® has over 300 Authorized Service Center locations. They can repair vehicles under warranty,
or out of warranty, or sell you the proper parts for you to do the repair work. These service centers have
factory-trained personnel, and use only genuine Power Wheels® replacement parts. If there is not an
Authorized Service Center in your area, please call Power Wheels® Consumer Affairs toll-free at:
1-800-348-0751.
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How can I tell if the charger is working?
There is no sure way to tell if your charger is working unless you have a volt meter. If you suspect there is a
problem with your charger, contact your local Power Wheels® Authorized Service Center. They can test your
charger for you.
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Problems and Solutions Guide
IMPORTANT! If you experience a problem with your vehicle, first check the Problems and
Solutions Guide below. If you still experience a problem, please contact Power Wheels ®
Consumer Affairs, toll-free at 1-800-348-0751 between 8 AM and 6 PM (EST) Monday through
Friday. Or, contact your local Power Wheels® Authorized Service Center. For the location
nearest you, please refer to the Authorized Service Center list beginning on page 40.
Problem
Vehicle does not run
Possible Cause
Undercharged batteries
Solution
Charge the batteries. New batteries should have been
charged for at least 18 hours before using the vehicle for
the first time. After first-time use, recharge batteries for at
least 14 hours after each use. Never charge the batteries
longer than 30 hours.
Check all connectors. Make sure the battery connector is
tightly plugged into the charger connector, and that the
charger is plugged into the wall.
Make sure power flow to the wall outlet is “ON”.
Wrong type or improperly installed fuse
Make sure that each battery has a properly installed
Power Wheels® 30 amp fuse before charging. For best
performance, do not use substitute parts.
Blown fuses
Make sure that the fuses in the batteries are in good
condition. Replace blown fuses with Power Wheels®
30 amp fuses. For best performance, do not use
substitute parts.
Loose wire or loose connectors
Check all wires and connectors. Make sure the battery
connector is tightly plugged into the motor harness
connector, and that there are no loose wires around the
motors.
Dead batteries
If your batteries are old or if you have not followed Battery
Care instructions, your batteries may be dead. If you are
unsure whether or not the batteries are dead, you can have
them tested at your local Power Wheels® Authorized
Service Center.
If one or both batteries are dead, replace BOTH batteries
with new Power Wheels® Type H, 6 volt batteries. (Use of a
new battery with an older battery may cause permanent
damage to both batteries.) For best performance, do not
use substitute parts.
Electrical switch damage
The electrical switches can become corroded due to
exposure to water or moisture, or can jam due to loose dirt,
sand or gravel. Contact your local Power Wheels®
Authorized Service Center for diagnosis and repair.
Motor damage
Contact you local Power Wheels® Authorized Service Center
for diagnosis and repair.
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Problems and Solutions Guide
Problem
Vehicle was running but
suddenly stopped
Short run time (Less than 1 hour
in high speed; less than
3 hours in low speed)
Possible Cause
Solution
Loose wire or loose connectors
Check all wires and connectors. Make sure the battery
connector is tightly plugged into the motor harness
connector, and that there are no loose wires around the
motors.
Wrong type or improperly installed fuse
Make sure that each battery has a properly installed
Power Wheels® 30 amp fuse installed before charging.
For best performance, do not use substitute parts.
Blown fuses
Make sure that the fuses in the batteries are in good
condition. Replace blown fuses with Power Wheels®
30 amp fuses. For best performance, do not use
substitute parts.
Vehicle is overloaded
Make sure you do not overload the vehicle by allowing
more than 1 rider at one time, by exceeding the 65 lbs.
maximum weight capacity, or by towing objects behind the
vehicle. If the vehicle is overloaded, it will automatically
shut down. The vehicle will reset itself after approximately
20 seconds. Reduce the load on the vehicle to prevent
additional automatic shut-downs.
Driving conditions are too stressful
Use only on gentle inclines or slopes of 10˚ or less. Extreme
temperatures can also affect run time. If the driving
conditions are too stressful, the vehicle will automatically
shut down. The vehicle will reset itself after approximately
20 seconds. Adjust the driving conditions to prevent
additional automatic shut-downs.
Undercharged batteries
Charge the batteries. New batteries should have been
charged for at least 18 hours before using the vehicle for
the first time. After first-time use, recharge batteries for
at least 14 hours after each use. Never charge the
batteries longer than 30 hours.
Check all wires and connectors. Make sure the battery
connector is tightly plugged into the charger connector,
and that the charger is plugged into the wall.
Make sure power flow to the wall outlet is “ON”.
Overcharged batteries
Do not charge the batteries longer than 30 hours.
Batteries are old and will not
accept full charge
Even with proper care, rechargeable batteries do not
last forever. Average battery life is 1 to 3 years depending
on vehicle use and use conditions. Always replace
batteries as a set; use of an older battery with a new
battery may cause permanent damage to both batteries.
Replace BOTH batteries with Power Wheels® Type H, 6 volt
batteries. For best performance, do not use substitute parts.
Wrong type or improperly installed fuse
Make sure that each battery has a properly installed
Power Wheels® 30 amp fuse installed before charging.
For best performance, do not use substitute parts.
Driving conditions are too stressful
Use only on gentle inclines or slopes of 10˚ or less. Extreme
temperatures can also affect run time. If the driving
conditions are too stressful, the vehicle will automatically
shut down. The vehicle will reset itself after approximately
20 seconds. Adjust the driving conditions to prevent
additional automatic shut-downs.
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Problems and Solutions Guide
Problem
Vehicle runs sluggishly
Possible Cause
Undercharged batteries
Solution
Charge the batteries. New batteries should have been
charged for at least 18 hours before using the vehicle for
the first time. After first-time use, recharge batteries for at
least 14 hours after each use. Never charge the batteries
longer than 30 hours.
Check all connectors. Make sure the battery connector is
tightly plugged into the charger connector, and that the
charger is plugged into the wall.
Make sure power flow to the wall outlet is “ON”.
Vehicle runs in low speed, but
does not run in high speed
Batteries need charging
After approximately 1 hour of constant use in high speed
or 3 hours of constant use in low speed, the batteries
need charging.
Wrong type or improperly installed fuse
Make sure that each battery has a properly installed
Power Wheels® 30 amp fuse installed before charging. For
best performance, do not use substitute parts.
Batteries are old and will not accept
full charge
Even with proper care, rechargeable batteries do not last
forever. Average battery life is 1 to 3 years depending on
the vehicle use and use conditions. Always replace
batteries as a set; use of an older battery with a new
battery may cause permanent damage to both batteries.
Replace BOTH batteries with Power Wheels® Type H, 6 volt
batteries. For best performance, do not use substitute parts.
Vehicle is overloaded
Make sure you do not overload the vehicle by allowing
more than 1 rider at one time, exceeding the 65 lbs.
maximum weight capacity, or by towing objects behind the
vehicle. If the vehicle is overloaded, it will automatically
shut down. The vehicle will reset itself after approximately
20 seconds. Reduce the load on the vehicle to prevent
additional automatic shut-downs.
Driving conditions are too stressful
Use only on gentle inclines or slopes of 10˚ or less. Extreme
temperatures can also affect run time. If the driving
conditions are too stressful, the vehicle will automatically
shut down. The vehicle will reset itself after approximately
20 seconds. Adjust the driving conditions to prevent
additional automatic shut-downs.
High speed lock-out not disconnected
The vehicle was pre-assembled to run only in low speed.
To allow the vehicle to run in low and high speed, you
must disconnect the High Speed Lock-Out. Follow the
instructions on page 33 to disconnect the High Speed
Lock-Out.
Operation of vehicle in low speed
with both rear wheels off the ground
It is possible that only one rear wheel may spin when bothrear wheels are raised off the ground and the vehicle is in
low speed. This does not necessarily indicate a problem.
Check for proper operation of the drive system by raising
the rear wheels off the ground and pressing the foot pedal.
If only one rear wheel spins, carefully press your hand on
the spinning wheel to slow it down. The other rear wheel
should begin to spin. If the other rear wheel does not begin
to spin, there may be a problem with the vehicle. Contact
your local Power Wheels® Authorized Service Center for
diagnosis and repair.
(Please Note: The vehicle is
designed to operate in low
speed only in reverse (REV).)
When the foot pedal is pressed,
only one rear wheel turns
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Problems and Solutions Guide
Problem
Sometimes the vehicle doesn’t
run, but other times it does
When the foot pedal is pressed,
the vehicle won’t run without
a push
Vehicle constantly blows fuses
30 amp
Possible Cause
Solution
Loose wire or connector
Check all wires around the motors and all connectors to
make sure they are tight.
Motor or electrical switch damage
Contact your local Power Wheels® Authorized Service
Center for diagnosis and repair.
Loose wire or connector
Check all wires around the motors and all connectors
to make sure they are tight.
“Dead Spot” on motor
Contact your local Power Wheels® Authorized Service
Center for diagnosis and repair.
Wrong type of fuse used
Monster Sound BIGFOOT requires two Power Wheels®
fuses, one in each battery. Make sure Power Wheels®
30 amp fuses are properly installed in the batteries.
For best performance, do not use substitute parts.
Child is switching speeds or switching
from forward (LOW
or HIGH
)
to reverse (
) without stopping
Teach your child to stop the vehicle before switching
speeds and before switching from forward to reverse.
®
Replace blown fuses with Power Wheels® 30 amp fuses.
For best performance, do not use substitute parts.
Loud clacking or grinding
noise from a motor-gearbox
Broken gears
Contact your local Power Wheels® Authorized Service
Center for diagnosis and repair.
Charger gets warm during use
It is normal for some chargers to get
warm during use and is not reason
for concern. Some chargers do not
get warm during use.
No action required.
Batteries make a sizzling or
gurgling noise when charging
No Sound
Sound is faint
If your charger does not get warm during
use, it does not mean that it is not
working properly.
It is normal for some batteries to
make noise and swell slightly while
charging and is not reason for
concern. Some batteries do not
make noise or swell while charging.
No action required.
If your batteries do not make noise or swell slightly
during charging, it does not mean that they are
not accepting the charge.
Improperly installed LR6 “AA”
batteries in sound box
Check battery orientation. Make sure batteries are inserted
as shown on the sound box battery compartment door.
Dead LR6 “AA” batteries
Insert three new size LR6 “AA” alkaline batteries in the sound
box as shown on the sound box battery compartment door.
Weak batteries
Insert three new size LR6 “AA” alkaline batteries in the sound
box as shown on the sound box battery compartment door.
If, after reviewing the Problems and Solutions Guide, the vehicle still fails to operate, please contact your nearest
Authorized Service Center (see page 40) or contact Power Wheels Consumer Affairs toll-free at 1-800-348-0751.
Helpful Hint: For faster service when calling Consumer Affairs, completely charge the batteries before calling and
have the following available by the phone:
• vehicle,
• vehicle model number (see sticker in battery compartment),
• vehicle production run number (see sticker in battery compartment),
• Phillips screwdriver, slotted screwdriver and needle-nose pliers with plastic or rubber handles,
• extra Power Wheels® 30 amp fuses are helpful.
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N
Statement of Limited Warranty
90-day limited warranty for the Power
Wheels® Ride-On Toy Vehicle
A 6-month battery warranty applying only to
those 6 volt batteries which were included
by Power Wheels®, with the Power Wheels®
vehicle when originally purchased.
This limited warranty covers the Power Wheels®
ride-on vehicle and the 6 volt batteries, purchased
from Power Wheels® by the original purchaser, against
defects in materials and workmanship.
This warranty covers normal use and does not cover
the Power Wheels® vehicle or batteries if damaged by
unreasonable use, neglect, accident, abuse, misuse,
improper service or other causes not arising out of
defects in materials or workmanship. Evidence of any
attempt at consumer repair will void this warranty. This
warranty does not cover, and is intended to exclude,
any liability on the part of Power Wheels®, whether
O
under this warranty or implied by law or any indirect or
consequential damages for breach of warranty.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation so
this limitation may not apply to you.
Should you need service or assistance with your
vehicle during the warranty period, DO NOT RETURN
THE VEHICLE TO THE STORE. Power Wheels® has
provided a nationwide network of Authorized Service
Centers. Please refer to the list in this manual. Power
Wheels® is continually expanding our Authorized
Service Center network. If there is not an Authorized
Service Center in your area, please call Consumer
Affairs for information, 1-800-348-0751.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you
may also have other rights which may vary from state
to state.
PLEASE SAVE YOUR ORIGINAL SALE’S RECEIPT.
Authorized Service Centers
We are continually expanding our Authorized Service Center Network. Please check this listing
for the Authorized Service Center nearest you. If there is not one in your area, please call Power
Wheels® Consumer Affairs at 1-800-348-0751.
ALABAMA
ARKANSAS
BIRMINGHAM - Frigid Service & Sales,
701 Graymont Ave. North, 35203, (205) 323-5831
BIRMINGHAM - Frigid Service & Sales,
1861 Centerpoint Rd., 35215, (205) 853-3952
BIRMINGHAM (HOMEWOOD) - D & R Appliance
Company, 154 West Valley Ave., 35209, (205) 942-3959
CULLMAN - Robert G. Werner Company,
1115 4th Street S.W., 35055, (205) 734-5673
DECATUR - Peddler II, 1000 B Beltline Road, 35603,
(205) 350-1044
DOTHAN - Bill’s Appliance Service, 208 Bic Road,
P.O. Box 1192, 36303, (334) 792-7746
DOUGLAS - Brown Hardware, Highway 75, 35964,
(205) 593-6086
HUNTSVILLE - C & G Appliance, 307 Jordan Lane, 35805,
(205) 837-4551
MOBILE - Foster’s Appliance Repair,1660 South Beltline
Hwy., 36693, (205) 666-2670
MONTGOMERY - Acme Service Co., 2603 Highland Ave.,
36107, (205) 264-2456, (800) 285-2160
TUSCALOOSA (NORTHPORT) - Frigid Service & Sales,
2813 Lurleen B. Wallace Blvd., 35476, (205) 339-3624
FT. SMITH - Bromley Appliance Service, 614 North 10th
Street, 72901, (501) 782-9646
HOT SPRINGS - The Battery Center, 400 Airport Road,
71913, (501) 624-7144
JONESBORO - Best Sewing & Vacuum & Repair, 2235 S.
Caraway Road, 72401, (501) 935-4739, (800) 844-4739
LITTLE ROCK - C & W Tool Repair, 1303 W. Markham,
72201, (501) 374-1911
MENA - Bearcat Starter & Alt., 801 Petros, 71953,
(501) 394-0320
ROGERS - Kressel’s Vacuum & Repair, 115 North 5th
Street, 72756, (501) 636-7894
STUTTGART - Davis Lumber Company, 301 East
Michigan, 72160, (501) 673-3601
ALASKA
ANCHORAGE - Ken’s Electronics Service, 360 E. International, Ste. 8, 99518, (907) 562-3443
ARIZONA
GLENDALE - Elliott Electric Appliance Service,
6242 N. 43rd Avenue, 85301, (602) 937-2613
SCOTTSDALE - Elliott Electric, 7515 E. McDowell Road,
85257, (602) 946-7487
CALIFORNIA
BAKERSFIELD - Southwest TV, 6300 White Lane,
Suite B, 93309, (805) 397-4940
CONCORD - California Electric Service Center, 1170-G
Burnett Avenue, 94520, (510) 827-1011
COVINA - California Electric Service Center, 612 Shoppers
Lane, 91723, (818) 915-4935
DUBLIN - California Electric Service Center, 6759 Sierra
Court, Suite B, 94568, (510) 551-3390
FONTANA - California Electric Service Center, 9794 Sierra
Avenue, 92335, (909) 355-2500
FORT JONES - Ft. Jones Frontier Hardware,11911 Main
Street, 96032, (916) 468-2266
FRESNO - Valley Small Appliance, 4005 E. Ashlan Avenue,
93726, (209) 224-5530
FULLERTON - California Electric Service Center, 1208
E. Ash Avenue, 92631-5020, (714) 870-0900
40
LOS ALAMITOS - California Electric Service Center,
11284 Los Alamitos Blvd., 90720, (310) 430-2668
MERCED - Moosehead Electronics, 920 W. 18th Street,
95340, (209) 723-4712
MISSION VIEJO - California Electric Service Center, 23725
Via Fabricante, Unit B, 92691, (714) 586-9440
OAKLAND - California Electric Service Center, 1139
E. 12th Street, 94606, (510) 834-1050
OXNARD - Terry’s Inc., The Clean-up Store, 1237 Saviers
Road, 93033, (805) 487-9401, (800) 845-3223
PASADENA - California Electric Service Center, 2594
E. Colorado Blvd., 91107, (818) 792-3194
SACRAMENTO - California Electric Service Center,
1821 “Q” Street, 95814, (916) 443-5711
SAN CARLOS - California Electric Service Center, 990
Industrial Road, Suite 102, 94070, (415) 593-6696,
SAN DIEGO - California Electric Service Center, 3430
El Cajon Blvd., 92104, (619) 283-6488
SAN FRANCISCO - California Electric Service Center,
1090 Bryant Street, 94103, (415) 431-8494
SAN JOSE - California Electric Service Center, 783
The Alameda, 95126, (408) 295-1723
SANTA ANA - California Electric Service Center, 2025
South Main Street, 92707, (714) 641-0529
SANTA ROSA - Hardisty’s Inc., 710 Farmers Lane, 95405,
(707) 545-0535
STOCKTON - California Electronics, 929 North Yosemite
Street, 95203, (209) 466-5432
TEMECULA - California Electric Service Center, 41715
Enterprise Circle North, Suite 101, 92590, (909) 695-5445,
VAN NUYS - California Electric Service Center, 14753
Oxnard Blvd., 91411, (818) 997-8855
Authorized Service Centers
ALABAMA
BIRMINGHAM - Frigid Service & Sales,
701 Graymont Ave. North, 35203, (205) 323-5831
BIRMINGHAM - Frigid Service & Sales,
1861 Centerpoint Rd., 35215, (205) 853-3952
BIRMINGHAM (HOMEWOOD) - D & R Appliance
Company, 154 West Valley Ave., 35209, (205) 942-3959
CULLMAN - Robert G. Werner Company,
1115 4th Street S.W., 35055, (205) 734-5673
DECATUR - Peddler II, 1000 B Beltline Road, 35603,
(205) 350-1044
DOTHAN - Bill’s Appliance Service, 208 Bic Road,
P.O. Box 1192, 36303, (334) 792-7746
DOUGLAS - Brown Hardware, Highway 75, 35964,
(205) 593-6086
HUNTSVILLE - C & G Appliance, 307 Jordan Lane, 35805,
(205) 837-4551
MOBILE - Foster’s Appliance Repair,1660 South Beltline
Hwy., 36693, (205) 666-2670
MONTGOMERY - Acme Service Co., 2603 Highland Ave.,
36107, (205) 264-2456, (800) 285-2160
TUSCALOOSA (NORTHPORT) - Frigid Service & Sales,
2813 Lurleen B. Wallace Blvd., 35476, (205) 339-3624
ALASKA
ANCHORAGE - Ken’s Electronics Service, 360 E. International, Ste. 8, 99518, (907) 562-3443
ARIZONA
GLENDALE - Elliott Electric Appliance Service,
6242 N. 43rd Avenue, 85301, (602) 937-2613
SCOTTSDALE - Elliott Electric, 7515 E. McDowell Road,
85257, (602) 946-7487
ARKANSAS
FT. SMITH - Bromley Appliance Service, 614 North 10th
Street, 72901, (501) 782-9646
HOT SPRINGS - The Battery Center, 400 Airport Road,
71913, (501) 624-7144
JONESBORO - Best Sewing & Vacuum & Repair, 2235 S.
Caraway Road, 72401, (501) 935-4739, (800) 844-4739
LITTLE ROCK - C & W Tool Repair, 1303 W. Markham,
72201, (501) 374-1911
MENA - Bearcat Starter & Alt., 801 Petros, 71953,
(501) 394-0320
ROGERS - Kressel’s Vacuum & Repair, 115 North 5th
Street, 72756, (501) 636-7894
STUTTGART - Davis Lumber Company, 301 East
Michigan, 72160, (501) 673-3601
CALIFORNIA
BAKERSFIELD - Southwest TV, 6300 White Lane,
Suite
B, 93309, (805) 397-4940
CONCORD - California Electric Service Center, 1170-G
Burnett Avenue, 94520, (510) 827-1011
COVINA - California Electric Service Center, 612 Shoppers
Lane, 91723, (818) 915-4935
DUBLIN - California Electric Service Center, 6759 Sierra
Court, Suite B, 94568, (510) 551-3390
FONTANA - California Electric Service Center, 9794 Sierra
Avenue, 92335, (909) 355-2500
FORT JONES - Ft. Jones Frontier Hardware,11911 Main
Street, 96032, (916) 468-2266
FRESNO - Valley Small Appliance, 4005 E. Ashlan Avenue,
93726, (209) 224-5530
FULLERTON - California Electric Service Center, 1208 E.
Ash Avenue, 92631-5020, (714) 870-0900
LOS ALAMITOS - California Electric Service Center, 11284
Los Alamitos Blvd., 90720, (310) 430-2668
MERCED - Moosehead Electronics, 920 W. 18th Street,
95340, (209) 723-4712
MISSION VIEJO - California Electric Service Center, 23725
Via Fabricante, Unit B, 92691, (714) 586-9440
OAKLAND - California Electric Service Center, 1139
E. 12th Street, 94606, (510) 834-1050
OXNARD - Terry’s Inc., The Clean-up Store, 1237 Saviers
Road, 93033, (805) 487-9401, (800) 845-3223
PASADENA - California Electric Service Center, 2594
E. Colorado Blvd., 91107, (818) 792-3194
SACRAMENTO - California Electric Service Center,
1821 “Q” Street, 95814, (916) 443-5711
SAN CARLOS - California Electric Service Center, 990
Industrial Road, Suite 102, 94070, (415) 593-6696,
SAN DIEGO - California Electric Service Center, 3430
El Cajon Blvd., 92104, (619) 283-6488
SAN
FRANCISCO - California Electric Service Center, 1090
Bryant Street, 94103, (415) 431-8494
SAN JOSE - California Electric Service Center, 783
The
Alameda, 95126, (408) 295-1723
SANTA ANA - California Electric Service Center, 2025
South Main Street, 92707, (714) 641-0529
SANTA ROSA - Hardisty’s Inc., 710 Farmers Lane, 95405,
(707) 545-0535
STOCKTON - California Electronics, 929 North Yosemite
Street, 95203, (209) 466-5432
TEMECULA - California Electric Service Center, 41715
Enterprise Circle North, Suite 101, 92590, (909) 695-5445,
VAN NUYS - California Electric Service Center, 14753
Oxnard Blvd., 91411, (818) 997-8855
PENSACOLA - Foster’s Appliance Repair,
3836 North Davis Highway, 32503, (904) 432-8853
POMPANO BEACH - Authorized Appliance Service Co.,
2171 N. Dixie Highway, 33060, (305) 941-2038
POMPANO BEACH - Philips Consumer Electronics, 2099
W. Atlantic Blvd., 33069, (305) 978-0467, (800) 635-6488
PORT ST. LUCIE - Hoppe’s Authorized Vac & Appliance,
6735 S. Federal Way, 34592, (407) 464-0102
ROCKLEDGE - Neelco Do-It Center, 400 Barton Blvd.,
32955, (407) 639-1400
SARASOTA - Sunray Small Appliances,8371 N. Tamiami,
34243, (941) 358-9999, (800) 895-5655
SEBRING - Sebring Do-It Center, 305 U.S. 27 North,
33870, (813) 385-2785
SPRING HILL - Crowder Bros Hardware, 5350 Spring Hill
Dr., 34606, (904) 686-4743
WEST LOS ANGELES - California Electric Service Center,
2314 S. Westwood Blvd., 90064, (310) 475-2532
YUCAIPA - Aire-Rite Heating & A/C, 34724 Yucaipa Blvd.,
92399, (909) 797-2788
ST. PETERSBURG - Keystone Electric, 4604 Central
Avenue, 33711, (813) 321-1124
STUART - Appliance Doctors, 3166 S.E. Dixie Highway,
34997, (407) 287-6437
SUNRISE - Muller Appliance Service, 2620 N. University
Drive, 33322, (305) 749-5460
COLORADO
COLORADO SPRINGS - Nelson Appliance Repair, Inc.,
1220 E. Fillmore, 80907, (719) 635-1928
DENVER - Appliance Service, 4262 Lowell Blvd., 80211,
(303) 458-1109, (800) 631-0941 (CO, WY only)
DENVER (ENGLEWOOD) - Appliance Service, 3932
S. Broadway, 80110, (303) 781-1227 (800) 553-1864
GRAND JUNCTION - V & L Appliance Service, 809
North Avenue, 81501, (970) 243-3360
CONNECTICUT
HARTFORD (BLOOMFIELD) - Philips Consumer
Electronics, 1294 Blue Hills Avenue, 06002,
(203) 726-9612, (800) 862-2225
HARTFORD - Hartford Element & Appliance Service, 1500
Albany Avenue, 06112, (860) 246-7424, (800) 787-7977
NEW HAVEN (HAMDEN) - New Haven Appliance Service
Center, 1627 Dixwell Avenue, 06514, (203) 288-6229
SHELTON - Jeff’s Appliance, Inc., 500A Howe Avenue,
06484, (203) 924-8997
STAMFORD - Appliance Servicenter of Stamford,
15 Cedar Heights Road, 06905, (203) 322-7656
WATERBURY - P.J. Appliance Repair, 935 South Main
Street, 06706, (203) 757-1014
DELAWARE
DOVER - Del-Mar Appliance of Delaware, 230 South
Governors Avenue, 19904, (302) 674-2414,(800) 858-3424
WILMINGTON - Lyons Hardware, Inc., 2021 Kirkwood
Highway, 19805, (302) 995-1260
TALLAHASSEE - Prescott’s Ace Hardware, 4831 Kerry
Forest Parkway, 32308, (904) 668-3389
TAMPA - Authorized Appliance Service Co., Dibbs Plaza,
4119 Gunn Hwy., Unit 8, 33624, (813) 968-6638
VERO BEACH - Hoppe’s Authorized Vac & Appliance, 1872
Commerce Avenue, 32960, (407) 562-4466
WEST PALM BEACH - Satisfaction TV Video Service, Inc.,
1701-05 Kirk Road, 33406, (407) 439-3733
GEORGIA
ATLANTA - Georgia Service Center, 5366 Buford Hwy.,
30340, (770) 455-1716, (800) 455-1715
ATLANTA (MARIETTA) - Philips Consumer Electronics,
200 N. Cobb Parkway, Bldg. #100, Suite 120, 30062,
(770) 795-0085
AUGUSTA - A & A Appliance Parts & Service, 1708 Walton
Way, 30904, (706) 733-5163
BRUNSWICK - Arco Hardware & Supply, 3711 Community
Road, 31520, (912) 267-0771
COLUMBUS - Burrell’s National Appliance Service,
1728 Warm Springs Road, 31904, (706) 327-0523
MACON - Capitol Cycle Company, 1090 Washington
Avenue, 31201, (912) 745-3946
SAVANNAH - Hagins Appliance Service, 3 West Victory
Drive, 31405, (912) 233-8372
TIFTON - Western Auto, 354 S. Main St., 31794,
(912) 382-5767
FLORIDA
HAWAII
ATLANTIC BEACH - First Coast Repair, 25 Seminole
Road, 32233, (904) 246-4616
DELRAY - Mister Fix It, 209 S.E. 2nd Avenue, 33483,
(407) 243-9999
GAINESVILLE - Authorized Appliance Service Co.,
2614 S.W. 34th Street, 32608, (904) 375-3886
HIALEAH - S-O Service Co., 925 Hialeah Drive, 33010,
(305) 887-6275
HOLLY HILL - Ormond Element,1668 Ridgewood Avenue,
32117, (904) 677-3497
JACKSONVILLE - Authorized Appliance Service Co.,
6120-5 Powers Avenue, 32217, (904) 737-5312
LAKE CITY - S&S Mowers Sales & Service, Route 10,
Box 9161, Hwy 47 South & MacFarland Ave., 32055,
(904) 755-9375
LAKELAND - Electric Shaver & Small Appliance, 4243
S. Florida Avenue, 33813, (813) 644-4690
NORTH FORT MYERS - Family Hardware,13817 N.
Cleveland Ave., 33903, (813) 995-6161
OCALA, Vacuums, Inc., 3535 S.E. Maricamp Road, #103,
34471, (904) 694-2247
ORLANDO - Philips Consumer Electronics, 2452 Sand
Lake Road, 32809, (407) 857-8998, (800) 942-6128
ORLANDO - Pine Hills Appliance Svc. Co., 6100-4
W. Colonial Drive, 32808, (407) 299-1271
ORLANDO - Southern Electric Co., 510 N. Parramore
Avenue, 32801, (407) 841-8824, (800) 940-8824
PANAMA CITY, Callaway Vacuum & Sewing, 221 N. Tyndall
Prkwy., 32404, (904) 763-6333
HONOLULU - McCully Bicycle & Sporting Goods,
932 Hausten Street, 96826, (808) 946-1192
WAILUKU (MAUI) - Tom’s Appliance Sales & Service,
891 Eha Street, 96793, (808) 244-6278
WAIPAHU - Waipahu Bicycle, 94-320 Depot Street, 96797,
(808) 671-4091
41
IDAHO
BOISE - Boise Appliance, 1503 Main Street, 83702,
(208) 343-0102
ILLINOIS
CHAMPAIGN - Appliance Parts & Service Center,
905 Francais, 61821, (217) 355-0220
CHICAGO - Chicagoland Bicycle,10126 S. Western Ave.,
60643, (312) 445-0811
CHICAGO (BERWYN) - Brand Service Center,
6739 West Cermak, 60402, (708) 749-4315
CHICAGO (DOWNER’S GROVE) - Authorized Appliance
Service Co., 1644 W. Ogden Avenue, 60515,
(708) 852-1550, (800) 829-1798
CHICAGO (MORTON GROVE) - Brand Service Center,
Inc., 5618 Dempster Street, 60053, (708) 965-5900
JACKSONVILLE- Rexx Battery Specialists, 847 South
Main Street, 62650, (217) 245-2713
NASHVILLE - Kesel Hardware,173 West St. Louis, 62263,
(618) 327-8957
NILES - Household Appliance Sales & Serv., 7411
N. Milwaukee Ave., 60714, (708) 647-8250,
(800) 572-6826, Fax (708) 647-2214
Authorized Service Centers
ALABAMA
BIRMINGHAM - Frigid Service & Sales,
701 Graymont Ave. North, 35203, (205) 323-5831
BIRMINGHAM - Frigid Service & Sales,
1861 Centerpoint Rd., 35215, (205) 853-3952
BIRMINGHAM (HOMEWOOD) - D & R Appliance
Company, 154 West Valley Ave., 35209, (205) 942-3959
CULLMAN - Robert G. Werner Company,
1115 4th Street S.W., 35055, (205) 734-5673
DECATUR - Peddler II, 1000 B Beltline Road, 35603,
(205) 350-1044
DOTHAN - Bill’s Appliance Service, 208 Bic Road,
P.O. Box 1192, 36303, (334) 792-7746
DOUGLAS - Brown Hardware, Highway 75, 35964,
(205) 593-6086
HUNTSVILLE - C & G Appliance, 307 Jordan Lane, 35805,
(205) 837-4551
MOBILE - Foster’s Appliance Repair,1660 South Beltline
Hwy., 36693, (205) 666-2670
MONTGOMERY - Acme Service Co., 2603 Highland Ave.,
36107, (205) 264-2456, (800) 285-2160
TUSCALOOSA (NORTHPORT) - Frigid Service & Sales,
2813 Lurleen B. Wallace Blvd., 35476, (205) 339-3624
ALASKA
ANCHORAGE - Ken’s Electronics Service, 360 E. International, Ste. 8, 99518, (907) 562-3443
ARIZONA
GLENDALE - Elliott Electric Appliance Service,
6242 N. 43rd Avenue, 85301, (602) 937-2613
SCOTTSDALE - Elliott Electric, 7515 E. McDowell Road,
85257, (602) 946-7487
ARKANSAS
FT. SMITH - Bromley Appliance Service, 614 North 10th
Street, 72901, (501) 782-9646
HOT SPRINGS - The Battery Center, 400 Airport Road,
71913, (501) 624-7144
JONESBORO - Best Sewing & Vacuum & Repair, 2235 S.
Caraway Road, 72401, (501) 935-4739, (800) 844-4739
LITTLE ROCK - C & W Tool Repair, 1303 W. Markham,
72201, (501) 374-1911
MENA - Bearcat Starter & Alt., 801 Petros, 71953,
(501) 394-0320
ROGERS - Kressel’s Vacuum & Repair, 115 North 5th
Street, 72756, (501) 636-7894
STUTTGART - Davis Lumber Company, 301 East
Michigan, 72160, (501) 673-3601
CALIFORNIA
BAKERSFIELD - Southwest TV, 6300 White Lane,
Suite
B, 93309, (805) 397-4940
CONCORD - California Electric Service Center, 1170-G
Burnett Avenue, 94520, (510) 827-1011
COVINA - California Electric Service Center, 612 Shoppers
Lane, 91723, (818) 915-4935
DUBLIN - California Electric Service Center, 6759 Sierra
Court, Suite B, 94568, (510) 551-3390
FONTANA - California Electric Service Center, 9794 Sierra
Avenue, 92335, (909) 355-2500
FORT JONES - Ft. Jones Frontier Hardware,11911 Main
Street, 96032, (916) 468-2266
FRESNO - Valley Small Appliance, 4005 E. Ashlan Avenue,
93726, (209) 224-5530
FULLERTON - California Electric Service Center, 1208 E.
Ash Avenue, 92631-5020, (714) 870-0900
LOS ALAMITOS - California Electric Service Center, 11284
Los Alamitos Blvd., 90720, (310) 430-2668
MERCED - Moosehead Electronics, 920 W. 18th Street,
95340, (209) 723-4712
MISSION VIEJO - California Electric Service Center, 23725
Via Fabricante, Unit B, 92691, (714) 586-9440
OAKLAND - California Electric Service Center, 1139
E. 12th Street, 94606, (510) 834-1050
OXNARD - Terry’s Inc., The Clean-up Store, 1237 Saviers
Road, 93033, (805) 487-9401, (800) 845-3223
PASADENA - California Electric Service Center, 2594
E. Colorado Blvd., 91107, (818) 792-3194
SACRAMENTO - California Electric Service Center,
1821 “Q” Street, 95814, (916) 443-5711
SAN CARLOS - California Electric Service Center, 990
Industrial Road, Suite 102, 94070, (415) 593-6696,
SAN DIEGO - California Electric Service Center, 3430
El Cajon Blvd., 92104, (619) 283-6488
SAN
FRANCISCO - California Electric Service Center, 1090
Bryant Street, 94103, (415) 431-8494
SAN JOSE - California Electric Service Center, 783
The
Alameda, 95126, (408) 295-1723
SANTA ANA - California Electric Service Center, 2025
South Main Street, 92707, (714) 641-0529
SANTA ROSA - Hardisty’s Inc., 710 Farmers Lane, 95405,
(707) 545-0535
STOCKTON - California Electronics, 929 North Yosemite
Street, 95203, (209) 466-5432
TEMECULA - California Electric Service Center, 41715
Enterprise Circle North, Suite 101, 92590, (909) 695-5445,
VAN NUYS - California Electric Service Center, 14753
Oxnard Blvd., 91411, (818) 997-8855
Prkwy., 32404, (904) 763-6333
PENSACOLA - Foster’s Appliance Repair,
3836 North Davis Highway, 32503, (904) 432-8853
POMPANO BEACH - Authorized Appliance Service Co.,
2171 N. Dixie Highway, 33060, (305) 941-2038
POMPANO BEACH - Philips Consumer Electronics, 2099
W. Atlantic Blvd., 33069, (305) 978-0467, (800) 635-6488
PORT ST. LUCIE - Hoppe’s Authorized Vac & Appliance,
6735 S. Federal Way, 34592, (407) 464-0102
ROCKLEDGE - Neelco Do-It Center, 400 Barton Blvd.,
32955, (407) 639-1400
SARASOTA - Sunray Small Appliances,8371 N. Tamiami,
34243, (941) 358-9999, (800) 895-5655
SEBRING - Sebring Do-It Center, 305 U.S. 27 North,
33870, (813) 385-2785
SPRING HILL - Crowder Bros Hardware, 5350 Spring Hill
Dr., 34606, (904) 686-4743
WEST LOS ANGELES - California Electric Service Center,
2314 S. Westwood Blvd., 90064, (310) 475-2532
YUCAIPA - Aire-Rite Heating & A/C, 34724 Yucaipa Blvd.,
92399, (909) 797-2788
ST. PETERSBURG - Keystone Electric, 4604 Central
Avenue, 33711, (813) 321-1124
STUART - Appliance Doctors, 3166 S.E. Dixie Highway,
34997, (407) 287-6437
SUNRISE - Muller Appliance Service, 2620 N. University
Drive, 33322, (305) 749-5460
COLORADO
COLORADO SPRINGS - Nelson Appliance Repair, Inc.,
1220 E. Fillmore, 80907, (719) 635-1928
DENVER - Appliance Service, 4262 Lowell Blvd., 80211,
(303) 458-1109, (800) 631-0941 (CO, WY only)
DENVER (ENGLEWOOD) - Appliance Service, 3932
S. Broadway, 80110, (303) 781-1227 (800) 553-1864
GRAND JUNCTION - V & L Appliance Service, 809
North Avenue, 81501, (970) 243-3360
CONNECTICUT
HARTFORD (BLOOMFIELD) - Philips Consumer
Electronics, 1294 Blue Hills Avenue, 06002,
(203) 726-9612, (800) 862-2225
HARTFORD - Hartford Element & Appliance Service, 1500
Albany Avenue, 06112, (860) 246-7424, (800) 787-7977
NEW HAVEN (HAMDEN) - New Haven Appliance Service
Center, 1627 Dixwell Avenue, 06514, (203) 288-6229
SHELTON - Jeff’s Appliance, Inc., 500A Howe Avenue,
06484, (203) 924-8997
STAMFORD - Appliance Servicenter of Stamford,
15 Cedar Heights Road, 06905, (203) 322-7656
WATERBURY - P.J. Appliance Repair, 935 South Main
Street, 06706, (203) 757-1014
DELAWARE
DOVER - Del-Mar Appliance of Delaware, 230 South
Governors Avenue, 19904, (302) 674-2414,(800) 858-3424
WILMINGTON - Lyons Hardware, Inc., 2021 Kirkwood
Highway, 19805, (302) 995-1260
TALLAHASSEE - Prescott’s Ace Hardware, 4831 Kerry
Forest Parkway, 32308, (904) 668-3389
TAMPA - Authorized Appliance Service Co., Dibbs Plaza,
4119 Gunn Hwy., Unit 8, 33624, (813) 968-6638
VERO BEACH - Hoppe’s Authorized Vac & Appliance, 1872
Commerce Avenue, 32960, (407) 562-4466
WEST PALM BEACH - Satisfaction TV Video Service, Inc.,
1701-05 Kirk Road, 33406, (407) 439-3733
GEORGIA
ATLANTA - Georgia Service Center, 5366 Buford Hwy.,
30340, (770) 455-1716, (800) 455-1715
ATLANTA (MARIETTA) - Philips Consumer Electronics,
200 N. Cobb Parkway, Bldg. #100, Suite 120, 30062,
(770) 795-0085
AUGUSTA - A & A Appliance Parts & Service, 1708 Walton
Way, 30904, (706) 733-5163
BRUNSWICK - Arco Hardware & Supply, 3711 Community
Road, 31520, (912) 267-0771
COLUMBUS - Burrell’s National Appliance Service,
1728 Warm Springs Road, 31904, (706) 327-0523
MACON - Capitol Cycle Company, 1090 Washington
Avenue, 31201, (912) 745-3946
SAVANNAH - Hagins Appliance Service, 3 West Victory
Drive, 31405, (912) 233-8372
TIFTON - Western Auto, 354 S. Main St., 31794,
(912) 382-5767
FLORIDA
HAWAII
ATLANTIC BEACH - First Coast Repair, 25 Seminole
Road, 32233, (904) 246-4616
DELRAY - Mister Fix It, 209 S.E. 2nd Avenue, 33483,
(407) 243-9999
GAINESVILLE - Authorized Appliance Service Co.,
2614 S.W. 34th Street, 32608, (904) 375-3886
HIALEAH - S-O Service Co., 925 Hialeah Drive, 33010,
(305) 887-6275
HOLLY HILL - Ormond Element,1668 Ridgewood Avenue,
32117, (904) 677-3497
JACKSONVILLE - Authorized Appliance Service Co.,
6120-5 Powers Avenue, 32217, (904) 737-5312
LAKE CITY - S&S Mowers Sales & Service, Route 10,
Box 9161, Hwy 47 South & MacFarland Ave., 32055,
(904) 755-9375
LAKELAND - Electric Shaver & Small Appliance, 4243
S. Florida Avenue, 33813, (813) 644-4690
NORTH FORT MYERS - Family Hardware,13817 N.
Cleveland Ave., 33903, (813) 995-6161
OCALA, Vacuums, Inc., 3535 S.E. Maricamp Road, #103,
34471, (904) 694-2247
ORLANDO - Philips Consumer Electronics, 2452 Sand
Lake Road, 32809, (407) 857-8998, (800) 942-6128
ORLANDO - Pine Hills Appliance Svc. Co., 6100-4
W. Colonial Drive, 32808, (407) 299-1271
ORLANDO - Southern Electric Co., 510 N. Parramore
Avenue, 32801, (407) 841-8824, (800) 940-8824
PANAMA CITY, Callaway Vacuum & Sewing, 221 N. Tyndall
HONOLULU - McCully Bicycle & Sporting Goods,
932 Hausten Street, 96826, (808) 946-1192
WAILUKU (MAUI) - Tom’s Appliance Sales & Service,
891 Eha Street, 96793, (808) 244-6278
WAIPAHU - Waipahu Bicycle, 94-320 Depot Street, 96797,
(808) 671-4091
42
IDAHO
BOISE - Boise Appliance, 1503 Main Street, 83702,
(208) 343-0102
ILLINOIS
CHAMPAIGN - Appliance Parts & Service Center,
905 Francais, 61821, (217) 355-0220
CHICAGO - Chicagoland Bicycle,10126 S. Western Ave.,
60643, (312) 445-0811
CHICAGO (BERWYN) - Brand Service Center,
6739 West Cermak, 60402, (708) 749-4315
CHICAGO (DOWNER’S GROVE) - Authorized Appliance
Service Co., 1644 W. Ogden Avenue, 60515,
(708) 852-1550, (800) 829-1798
CHICAGO (MORTON GROVE) - Brand Service Center,
Inc., 5618 Dempster Street, 60053, (708) 965-5900
JACKSONVILLE- Rexx Battery Specialists, 847 South
Main Street, 62650, (217) 245-2713
NASHVILLE - Kesel Hardware,173 West St. Louis, 62263,
(618) 327-8957
NILES - Household Appliance Sales & Serv., 7411
N. Milwaukee Ave., 60714, (708) 647-8250,
Authorized Service Centers
ALABAMA
BIRMINGHAM - Frigid Service & Sales,
701 Graymont Ave. North, 35203, (205) 323-5831
BIRMINGHAM - Frigid Service & Sales,
1861 Centerpoint Rd., 35215, (205) 853-3952
BIRMINGHAM (HOMEWOOD) - D & R Appliance
Company, 154 West Valley Ave., 35209, (205) 942-3959
CULLMAN - Robert G. Werner Company,
1115 4th Street S.W., 35055, (205) 734-5673
DECATUR - Peddler II, 1000 B Beltline Road, 35603,
(205) 350-1044
DOTHAN - Bill’s Appliance Service, 208 Bic Road,
P.O. Box 1192, 36303, (334) 792-7746
DOUGLAS - Brown Hardware, Highway 75, 35964,
(205) 593-6086
HUNTSVILLE - C & G Appliance, 307 Jordan Lane, 35805,
(205) 837-4551
MOBILE - Foster’s Appliance Repair,1660 South Beltline
Hwy., 36693, (205) 666-2670
MONTGOMERY - Acme Service Co., 2603 Highland Ave.,
36107, (205) 264-2456, (800) 285-2160
TUSCALOOSA (NORTHPORT) - Frigid Service & Sales,
2813 Lurleen B. Wallace Blvd., 35476, (205) 339-3624
ALASKA
ANCHORAGE - Ken’s Electronics Service, 360 E. International, Ste. 8, 99518, (907) 562-3443
ARIZONA
GLENDALE - Elliott Electric Appliance Service,
6242 N. 43rd Avenue, 85301, (602) 937-2613
SCOTTSDALE - Elliott Electric, 7515 E. McDowell Road,
85257, (602) 946-7487
ARKANSAS
FT. SMITH - Bromley Appliance Service, 614 North 10th
Street, 72901, (501) 782-9646
HOT SPRINGS - The Battery Center, 400 Airport Road,
71913, (501) 624-7144
JONESBORO - Best Sewing & Vacuum & Repair, 2235 S.
Caraway Road, 72401, (501) 935-4739, (800) 844-4739
LITTLE ROCK - C & W Tool Repair, 1303 W. Markham,
72201, (501) 374-1911
MENA - Bearcat Starter & Alt., 801 Petros, 71953,
(501) 394-0320
ROGERS - Kressel’s Vacuum & Repair, 115 North 5th
Street, 72756, (501) 636-7894
STUTTGART - Davis Lumber Company, 301 East
Michigan, 72160, (501) 673-3601
CALIFORNIA
BAKERSFIELD - Southwest TV, 6300 White Lane,
Suite
B, 93309, (805) 397-4940
CONCORD - California Electric Service Center, 1170-G
Burnett Avenue, 94520, (510) 827-1011
COVINA - California Electric Service Center, 612 Shoppers
Lane, 91723, (818) 915-4935
DUBLIN - California Electric Service Center, 6759 Sierra
Court, Suite B, 94568, (510) 551-3390
FONTANA - California Electric Service Center, 9794 Sierra
Avenue, 92335, (909) 355-2500
FORT JONES - Ft. Jones Frontier Hardware,11911 Main
Street, 96032, (916) 468-2266
FRESNO - Valley Small Appliance, 4005 E. Ashlan Avenue,
93726, (209) 224-5530
FULLERTON - California Electric Service Center, 1208 E.
Ash Avenue, 92631-5020, (714) 870-0900
LOS ALAMITOS - California Electric Service Center, 11284
Los Alamitos Blvd., 90720, (310) 430-2668
MERCED - Moosehead Electronics, 920 W. 18th Street,
95340, (209) 723-4712
MISSION VIEJO - California Electric Service Center, 23725
Via Fabricante, Unit B, 92691, (714) 586-9440
OAKLAND - California Electric Service Center, 1139
E. 12th Street, 94606, (510) 834-1050
OXNARD - Terry’s Inc., The Clean-up Store, 1237 Saviers
Road, 93033, (805) 487-9401, (800) 845-3223
PASADENA - California Electric Service Center, 2594
E. Colorado Blvd., 91107, (818) 792-3194
SACRAMENTO - California Electric Service Center,
1821 “Q” Street, 95814, (916) 443-5711
SAN CARLOS - California Electric Service Center, 990
Industrial Road, Suite 102, 94070, (415) 593-6696,
SAN DIEGO - California Electric Service Center, 3430
El Cajon Blvd., 92104, (619) 283-6488
SAN
FRANCISCO - California Electric Service Center, 1090
Bryant Street, 94103, (415) 431-8494
SAN JOSE - California Electric Service Center, 783
The
Alameda, 95126, (408) 295-1723
SANTA ANA - California Electric Service Center, 2025
South Main Street, 92707, (714) 641-0529
SANTA ROSA - Hardisty’s Inc., 710 Farmers Lane, 95405,
(707) 545-0535
STOCKTON - California Electronics, 929 North Yosemite
Street, 95203, (209) 466-5432
TEMECULA - California Electric Service Center, 41715
Enterprise Circle North, Suite 101, 92590, (909) 695-5445,
VAN NUYS - California Electric Service Center, 14753
Oxnard Blvd., 91411, (818) 997-8855
WEST LOS ANGELES - California Electric Service Center,
2314 S. Westwood Blvd., 90064, (310) 475-2532
YUCAIPA - Aire-Rite Heating & A/C, 34724 Yucaipa Blvd.,
92399, (909) 797-2788
COLORADO
COLORADO SPRINGS - Nelson Appliance Repair, Inc.,
1220 E. Fillmore, 80907, (719) 635-1928
DENVER - Appliance Service, 4262 Lowell Blvd., 80211,
(303) 458-1109, (800) 631-0941 (CO, WY only)
DENVER (ENGLEWOOD) - Appliance Service, 3932
S. Broadway, 80110, (303) 781-1227 (800) 553-1864
GRAND JUNCTION - V & L Appliance Service, 809
North Avenue, 81501, (970) 243-3360
CONNECTICUT
HARTFORD (BLOOMFIELD) - Philips Consumer
Electronics, 1294 Blue Hills Avenue, 06002,
(203) 726-9612, (800) 862-2225
HARTFORD - Hartford Element & Appliance Service, 1500
Albany Avenue, 06112, (860) 246-7424, (800) 787-7977
NEW HAVEN (HAMDEN) - New Haven Appliance Service
Center, 1627 Dixwell Avenue, 06514, (203) 288-6229
SHELTON - Jeff’s Appliance, Inc., 500A Howe Avenue,
06484, (203) 924-8997
STAMFORD - Appliance Servicenter of Stamford,
15 Cedar Heights Road, 06905, (203) 322-7656
WATERBURY - P.J. Appliance Repair, 935 South Main
Street, 06706, (203) 757-1014
DELAWARE
DOVER - Del-Mar Appliance of Delaware, 230 South
Governors Avenue, 19904, (302) 674-2414,(800) 858-3424
WILMINGTON - Lyons Hardware, Inc., 2021 Kirkwood
Highway, 19805, (302) 995-1260
FLORIDA
ATLANTIC BEACH - First Coast Repair, 25 Seminole
Road, 32233, (904) 246-4616
DELRAY - Mister Fix It, 209 S.E. 2nd Avenue, 33483,
(407) 243-9999
GAINESVILLE - Authorized Appliance Service Co.,
2614 S.W. 34th Street, 32608, (904) 375-3886
HIALEAH - S-O Service Co., 925 Hialeah Drive, 33010,
(305) 887-6275
HOLLY HILL - Ormond Element,1668 Ridgewood Avenue,
32117, (904) 677-3497
JACKSONVILLE - Authorized Appliance Service Co.,
6120-5 Powers Avenue, 32217, (904) 737-5312
LAKE CITY - S&S Mowers Sales & Service, Route 10,
Box 9161, Hwy 47 South & MacFarland Ave., 32055,
(904) 755-9375
LAKELAND - Electric Shaver & Small Appliance, 4243
S. Florida Avenue, 33813, (813) 644-4690
NORTH FORT MYERS - Family Hardware,13817 N.
Cleveland Ave., 33903, (813) 995-6161
OCALA, Vacuums, Inc., 3535 S.E. Maricamp Road, #103,
34471, (904) 694-2247
ORLANDO - Philips Consumer Electronics, 2452 Sand
43
Lake Road, 32809, (407) 857-8998, (800) 942-6128
ORLANDO - Pine Hills Appliance Svc. Co., 6100-4
W. Colonial Drive, 32808, (407) 299-1271
ORLANDO - Southern Electric Co., 510 N. Parramore
Avenue, 32801, (407) 841-8824, (800) 940-8824
PANAMA CITY, Callaway Vacuum & Sewing, 221 N. Tyndall
Prkwy., 32404, (904) 763-6333
PENSACOLA - Foster’s Appliance Repair,
3836 North Davis Highway, 32503, (904) 432-8853
POMPANO BEACH - Authorized Appliance Service Co.,
2171 N. Dixie Highway, 33060, (305) 941-2038
POMPANO BEACH - Philips Consumer Electronics, 2099
W. Atlantic Blvd., 33069, (305) 978-0467, (800) 635-6488
PORT ST. LUCIE - Hoppe’s Authorized Vac & Appliance,
6735 S. Federal Way, 34592, (407) 464-0102
ROCKLEDGE - Neelco Do-It Center, 400 Barton Blvd.,
32955, (407) 639-1400
SARASOTA - Sunray Small Appliances,8371 N. Tamiami,
34243, (941) 358-9999, (800) 895-5655
SEBRING - Sebring Do-It Center, 305 U.S. 27 North,
33870, (813) 385-2785
SPRING HILL - Crowder Bros Hardware, 5350 Spring Hill
Dr., 34606, (904) 686-4743
ST. PETERSBURG - Keystone Electric, 4604 Central
Avenue, 33711, (813) 321-1124
STUART - Appliance Doctors, 3166 S.E. Dixie Highway,
34997, (407) 287-6437
SUNRISE - Muller Appliance Service, 2620 N. University
Drive, 33322, (305) 749-5460
TALLAHASSEE - Prescott’s Ace Hardware, 4831 Kerry
Forest Parkway, 32308, (904) 668-3389
TAMPA - Authorized Appliance Service Co., Dibbs Plaza,
4119 Gunn Hwy., Unit 8, 33624, (813) 968-6638
VERO BEACH - Hoppe’s Authorized Vac & Appliance, 1872
Commerce Avenue, 32960, (407) 562-4466
WEST PALM BEACH - Satisfaction TV Video Service, Inc.,
1701-05 Kirk Road, 33406, (407) 439-3733
GEORGIA
ATLANTA - Georgia Service Center, 5366 Buford Hwy.,
30340, (770) 455-1716, (800) 455-1715
ATLANTA (MARIETTA) - Philips Consumer Electronics,
200 N. Cobb Parkway, Bldg. #100, Suite 120, 30062,
(770) 795-0085
AUGUSTA - A & A Appliance Parts & Service, 1708 Walton
Way, 30904, (706) 733-5163
BRUNSWICK - Arco Hardware & Supply, 3711 Community
Road, 31520, (912) 267-0771
COLUMBUS - Burrell’s National Appliance Service,
1728 Warm Springs Road, 31904, (706) 327-0523
MACON - Capitol Cycle Company, 1090 Washington
Avenue, 31201, (912) 745-3946
SAVANNAH - Hagins Appliance Service, 3 West Victory
Drive, 31405, (912) 233-8372
TIFTON - Western Auto, 354 S. Main St., 31794,
(912) 382-5767
HAWAII
HONOLULU - McCully Bicycle & Sporting Goods,
932 Hausten Street, 96826, (808) 946-1192
WAILUKU (MAUI) - Tom’s Appliance Sales & Service,
891 Eha Street, 96793, (808) 244-6278
WAIPAHU - Waipahu Bicycle, 94-320 Depot Street, 96797,
(808) 671-4091
IDAHO
BOISE - Boise Appliance, 1503 Main Street, 83702,
(208) 343-0102
ILLINOIS
CHAMPAIGN - Appliance Parts & Service Center,
905 Francais, 61821, (217) 355-0220
CHICAGO - Chicagoland Bicycle,10126 S. Western Ave.,
60643, (312) 445-0811
CHICAGO (BERWYN) - Brand Service Center,
6739 West Cermak, 60402, (708) 749-4315
CHICAGO (DOWNER’S GROVE) - Authorized Appliance
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Monster Sound BIGFOOT
FOR MODEL 74420
Questions? Please call Consumer Affairs toll-free at 1-800-348-0751.
The trademark BIGFOOT is licensed from BIGFOOT 4 x 4, Inc.
St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A.
Firestone is a registered trademark of Bridgestone/Firestone, Inc.
©1996 Fisher-Price, Inc., East Aurora, New York 14052 - All Rights Reserved
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